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Gabrielle Mendoza

Gabrielle Mendoza

Jack Gilinsky Is Over After Slut-Shaming Audio Shows He’s Just As Trash We Thought

The first day of July was warmly welcomed by a Twitter party with the trending hashtag, #JackGilinskyIsOverParty. For those unfamiliar, which is probably everyone, Jack Gilinsky is a 20-year-old rapper from the duo ‘Jack & Jack’; he was also a star on Vine and was previously a member of the Magcon Boys. Their most famous single “Wild Life” was number 87 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2014, the rapper started dating Madison Beer, who


Filipino Actress, Isabella Daza’s Post of Insensitivity (Thanks to Privilege)

Filipino actress and singer, Isabelle Daza was recently called out by fans and more after posting a racist and offensive caption on one of her pictures on Instagram story. The image features a mirror selfie of the actress, whilst vacationing in Africa, wearing a floppy hat with the caption,”Buy this hat for my Africa looks? r FEED children in Africa for the same price? What would Angelina Jolie do?!”, along with some racially diverse emojis.

Real Life

Let’s Talk Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy, while most are familiar with the word, is defined by Merriam-Webster as behavior that contradicts what one claims to believe or feel. Some synonyms of “hypocrite” are pretender, deceiver, plaster saint, sham and fake. Admittedly, everyone’s probably been a hypocrite at least once or twice, but what makes this an issue is that self-righteous individuals will use their so-called morals to shame other’s actions, beliefs or preferences. “Not practicing what you preach; lacking the willpower


Watering Down the Death Penalty: Another Bad Decision By The Philippine Government

Last year, there was talk of the death penalty being reinstated back in the Philippines. The proposal was approved, but it had not been passed—until today. The initial proposal indicated 21 different crimes punishable by hanging, firing squad or lethal injection, these crimes included: treason, piracy, destructive arson, bribery, parricide, murder, plunder, infanticide, rape (depending on the situation), possession, sale, trading, administration, importation, delivery, distribution, transportation, manufacturing of dangerous drugs, cultivation of plants classified as

Asia, International

Transport Groups Are Striking In The Philippines

February 27, 2017, an otherwise regular Monday in the Philippines, had been replaced by a suspension of classes for students all over the country. Of course, students are rejoicing for the loss of a school day, but what is actually going on behind this class suspension? Three transport groups in the Philippines, namely Piston, Stop and Go Coalition and No To Jeepney Phase Out Coalition (NTJPOC), will be holding a strike in more than 20

Real Life

Being In A Relationship Isn’t Everything

If you’re reading this, you’re probably old enough to know about relationships, sexuality and all that jazz teens find out about once they hit the ripe old age of 13. Some have had boyfriends/girlfriends and other experiences, while some are still in the process of acquiring one and some just don’t care or have the time for those things. I’m here to say that having a boyfriend/girlfriend doesn’t mean as much as everyone makes it


Daria: The Show That Defined A Generation

I wasn’t alive during the 90’s, but the late nineties (1996 to 1999) sounded pretty great. Tragedies and misfortunes are inevitable, which is why not everyone will agree about the late nineties being great, but there’s one thing about 1997 that would have kept me going if I were alive back then: the TV series “Daria.” For those who are unfamiliar, Daria is an animated television series based on teenager Daria Morgendorffer. The show was created


The Philippines Doesn’t Need a Nickelodeon Theme Park

A few days ago, news broke out that Nickelodeon was planning to build an underwater theme park in Coron, Palawan in the Philippines. To say that Filipinos were shocked is an understatement. Citizens immediately posted their thoughts and opinions on the matter via Facebook and Twitter; some have created petitions, which received nearly 100,000 signatures in less than 24 hours, for the project to be disapproved, but to no such luck as the company, Viacom


An Emo Christmas Playlist

Christmas is only a few days away and most people have been playing Christmas music since November, or in my case, October. However, some people are beginning to get tired of the usual “Joy to the World” or “Deck the Halls” or the multiple renditions of “Last Christmas” because let’s face it — not everyone has the best Christmas experience all the time. Whether you’re going through a difficult family situation, a breakup, or any


You Might Have It: Gender Dysphoria

As if skin breakouts and growing a bunch of hair wasn’t enough, going through puberty also included experimenting and discovering withing your sexual preferences. According to the DSM-V, as many as 98% of gender confused boys and 88% of gender confused girls eventually accept their biological sex after naturally passing through puberty which usually happens around the ages of 11 to 13. Questioning is a common part of any person’s life, in which they realize their

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