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17 March 2019

πŸ”΄ LIVE - First Time Ko Mag LIVESTREAM Using Webcam sa Laptop.

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Hello guys! Live po tayo ngayon. Today I am using my built-in webcam sa laptop ko - first time. We are going to talk about my demonetization , update abut Princess and how to control cockroaches.

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🌈 I Love Tansyong TV Conducts SOGIE 101 to LGBTQIA Youngsters in Binangonan, Rizal

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Binangonan, Rizal -  an orientation was successfully organized by an LGBT activist Ruffa Florida for the purpose of giving information to a specific group of youth when it comes to LGBT issues. Mainly, it tackles SOGIE 101 or simply S3xual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression, which discussed by the I Love Tansyong TV founder Jonathan D. Orbuda. The said informal meeting held in Barangay Upper Batingan, Municipality of Binangonan


BTA members are concentrating on every single detail about SOGIE
Florida 24, a hetero-woman is known for supporting LGBT activities from small to huge gatherings among Rizalian* clans.
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Nakakatuwa kasi kasama ang mga LGBT (I enjoyed their company), natuto ako ( I also learned ) from them .Magaan ang loob ko sa kanila.( They are easy to go with)”Florida said.

Florida invited the clan** members of “Boyz Town Academy (BTA)” –the famous MSM*** (men having s3x with men) clan in the country- to attend the eyeball****. She targeted the Rizal Chapter aged 16-27 years old. The attendees are from Municipality of Antipolo, Binangonan, Cardona, Tanay, Morong, and Angono wherein they spent whole night for the said get-together.

Moreover, Jonathan D. Orbuda delivered the orientation on what are the differences between S3xual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Expression.

Masaya ako na naipamahagi ko ang kaalaman ko sa mga batang ito( I am glad to share my knowledge to these youth.” Orbuda said.

Naging clan founder din ako nung kasing edad ko sila( I used to be a founder of a clan when I was young) , at nakita ko ang sarili ko sa kanila ( and I can see myself to them) – ang maling pagkakakilanlan sa sarili nila ( the failure to identify one’s self ) at sa maling information na nakatatak sa kamalayan nila dahil sa kakulangan ng kaalaman ( and misinformation they learnt )” he added. Orbuda focused on the differences between Lesbian, Gay, Bis3xual and Transgender. 

“They consider gay to be someone dressed as a girl (cross-dressing) but if you’re dressed as a guy you’re considered Bis3xual which is wrong information. And so, I emphasized the context of SOGIE”, Orbuda explained.

After the gathering, food and beverages were served.

“Natuto ako talaga sa (I learnt so much from the) discussion .Na-realize ko kasi na sa clan namin ( I just realized that within my clan) , may discrimination din - kasi bawal sumali ang mga pa-girl at crossdresser ( we discriminate effeminates and cross dressers). Napagtanto ko na discriminated na nga tayo sa lipunan( I realized that we are already discriminated within our society) , tayo- tayo pa ang nagdi (but we also)- discriminate within our LGBT community.” JM from Antipolo shared.


Rizalian* - Inhabitants in Rizal Province.

Clan**- informal group of (mainly) men 
who have s3x with men whose main ways 
of staying connected is by using
 technological advances – e.g. mobile phones/gadgets
 and the Internet ( Outrage Magazine).


MSM*** -Men having slept with men 
but not necessarily that they 
are neither gay nor bimale.


Eyeball****. - A random or planned
 meet up with two of more
 individuals mainly to socialize.

15 March 2019

πŸŽ™ EP12 - πŸš€ Partee N Play Subculture in Philippine Gay Society.

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Miguel accepted the interview about this taboo subculture in a gay society the so-called “Partee and Play”.

Partee and  Party  (PNP and PnP) is a phenomenon/event and subculture of recreational drug users who engage in s3xual activities with one another, either one-on-one or in groups. It is also called chemical session, chem session, and partying. It is very famous yet discreet among MSM in the Philippines. And so, The term is often but not always used by and associated with gay men and men who have s3x with men (MSM).

Feeling High After the chem session - Photo by Outrage Magazine

The drug of choice is typically methamphetamine, known as crystal or tina in the gay community or Ice. Other "party drugs" such as MDMA and GHB are less associated with this term. It has been called an "epidemic" in the gay community nowadays.

I was very interested to tackle about the topic since personally; I 've watched a lot of news in the Philippine TV that numerous gays were caught having a drug session in hotels, condos, and etcetera, and having s3x after.  In addition, recently we've heard the news regarding the sudden death of a woman during the Sinulog Concert due to a drug overdose. Ecstasy and Meth are very famous and truly it is discreet yet rampant within the said subculture - gay subculture and socialites despite of the current administration's war against prohibited drugs.

Within the subculture – there are various terminologies that even me – I don’t know the meaning.  E.i, Fly High, Slam, Partee and Chill, and etcetera.  The main goal of taking these drugs is recreational and it leads to arousal that results in practicing unsafe s3x.

The term "party and play" -  has emerged as a warning that partying and playing leads to bareback s3x which increases the chances of contracting HIV and may result in other consequences such as neurological damage and resistance to HIV drugs.

Meanwhile, Miguel 20 years old who came from a prominent family exposed the said (not so) underground gathering of elite people to party and it involves taking a prohibited drug.

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08 March 2019

πŸŽ™ EP11 πŸ’† - David’s Haven Spa Owner Towards Massage and Extra Service Issues.

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In celebration of the first year anniversary of DHS or simply David’s Haven Spa. The owner named David opened his door towards Cute Pinoy Portal for an Interview.

In a meeting at SM Mall of Asia, podcaster Tansyong met David for the first time to talk about some issues in running a SPA business.


David who runs a family business which is located at the heart of Cavite promoted their services – distinctive and innovative service that truly worth visiting for.

It’s a dilemma between legit massage versus Extra Service.  It’s a fracas which one to hire – a good looking therapist or a licensed one.  It’s a predicament between “sensual massage” versus “happy ending”.

Listen to this controversial topic. - And how David responds those striking questions from the unstoppable podcaster Nathan.   

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07 March 2019

πŸŽ€ Basic Cheerleading Moves Ft. CAA Stingrays Pep Squad, Las Pinas.

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Two days from now, the NCC Season 14 Final will be kicking higher with its theme “ We are fearless”, that’s gonna be on March 9-10, 2019  at 2:00 PM, SM Mall of Asia Arena. If you can’t make it on weekend, nothing to worry about; because National Cheerleading Championship is partnered with ESPN5 and you can watch it LIVE at the comfort in your home.

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As a supporter of CAA Stingrays and CUP Eagles Pep Squad who made it to the Finals, I’ll be watching it live since I got the privilege of having “ALL ACCESS” wrist band courtesy of Rhey Jinald Almazan – coach of CAA Stingrays and CUP Eagles Pep Squad. I am not really sure if I am going to cover all the routines and performances from all the teams and upload it in my channel as YouTube recently became strict on copyright issues. And I have to be careful about it since all the music that the teams will be using is copyright protected.  In addition, I just want to enjoy watching instead of bothering myself taking videos.

One thing for sure, I’ll just vlog that day but I can’t promise if I can upload all the performances. Hopefully, if I got motivated – then I will cover it and just upload it in my second channel. Sana di ako mapagod  😏 .

Meanwhile, bago tayo maging pressure sa FINAL. I’ll just share you guys this video wherein CAA Stingrays Pep Squad challenged me to take their mats and to experience their lives as cheerleaders.

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Kita kita sa Sabado guys!
SALAMAT!

03 March 2019

πŸ„ Buying a Property at DECA Clark Residences and Resort in Angeles City, Good or Bad Decision?

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Undeniably, having a permanent and decent dwelling is everyone’s dream. We strived hard for blood money to just posses your dream house and lot or condo unit.  But choosing a property nowadays is a challenge. You have to consider the location, the cost of the property, the quality; you need to forecast what will be the state of the community where your property located is, 10 years from now - is it depreciating or appreciating.


My officemate Maria Lourdes Tampolino, a mother of two decided to buy a property located in Brgy. Margot, Angeles City named Deca Clark Residences and Resort- its high elevation ensures flood-free subdivision and with its close proximity to Clark Freeport Zone, she gets fast access to the central hub for businesses and investments in the Philippines.

“I opted to get a property in this location because I can see the potential of this subdivision,” she said.

She pertains to the dramatic developing stage of the Clark- wherein it is being planned to be developed into a green city. Moreover, Clark International Airport is just a few minutes drive away from the Deca Clark. The shopping centers are just nearby like SM City Clark and Duty-Free.
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“I won’t have any difficulties when it comes to entertainment to my children and visitors” proudly uttered.

The amenities of the subdivision are quite breathtaking. Inside, a private resort named Palo Verde Resort is located wherein you can indulge the pool and the restaurant for an amount of PHP120 entrance fee. The famous Deca Wake Park Clark; Wakeboard Park offers an 8-hectare resort complex that is indeed the selling point of the subdivision. In fact, this coming November 2019, the SEA GAMES for wakeboarding will be held there for two days.


DECA Clark Residences and Resort exhibit 2-story townhouses that usually have two bedrooms with one bath and toilet. There is also a designated phase where the bungalow houses are being offered. It has Landscaped Entrance Arch, Clubhouse, Free Swimming Pool for the homeowners (aside from the paid resort Palo Verde Place), Parks and Playground, Basketball Courts, Large landscaped open spaces, Tree-lined sidewalks, Streetlights, Security guards on location, Shuttle service, and the proposed 300-seater Church.

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This property might locate far away from the bustling city of Manila but for Lourdes, she is proud that Angeles City has a different ambiance – a green city where she said – it is similar from the USA.

01 March 2019

πŸŽ™ EP10 πŸ’† - A Story of a Pinoy S3x Worker

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Allen is a 30-year old masseur from Pampanga who fights his own battle at the urban zone in Manila. He was 24 when he first worked in a massage parlor in Cubao w/o the awareness of how the business really operates. The scarcity of resources is the major reason why he became a masseur.


“Mahirap talaga ang buhay sa probinsya at high school lang ang natapos ko” he said.

He wanted to earn money for his family when he got married.

“How would you describe your work in one word?” I asked.

“Fisherman – because just like a fisherman – sometimes there’s abundance and there scarce, “he said with teary-eyed.

“I am responsible in my own paddle” he added.

Allen became famous in a Forum “FR Central “- portal where-in clients shared common significance - massage and extra service. The majority of his clients gave him kudos and positive feedback.

“ARTISTA NGA KUMUKUPAS – AKO PA NA MASAHISTA” – he emphasized those words.

Upon hearing those words – it made me realized that all of us are created in fairness. There are reasons why Allen entered this kind of job – a job that the society condemned. However, in reality, this society is also a stakeholder why masseurs exist. And so never judge anybody because in every person’s course of action – there‘s an underlying reason. You just have to open your mind and pay attention to their story.

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25 February 2019

The Successful #NCCSeason14 National Capital Region Qualifier - So Vibrant and Dynamic.

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When we reminisced our adolescent stage from where you are today, have you noticed the changes?
Well, in this video blog that I created, I had a chance to attend the annual National Cheerleading Championship Season 14 for NCR qualifier on February 23, 2019, Saturday afternoon at Market Market Activity Center, Taguig City. This is also to friend’s team named CAA Stingrays PEP Squad for High School Division and City University of Pasay CUP Eagles for college division – both teams, he is the coach.


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I arrived at the event at 1:00PM, wherein the surrounding was occupied of massive young people from various schools and universities, among others. At that moment, I felt I was entering into the world of energetic inhabitants, so vibrant and dynamic. Seemingly, I traveled back into my younghood.

I decided not to cover all the performances as I opted to enjoy the event rather than monitoring my camera’s angle while vlogging. I just vlogged a portion of the event – performances e.g. CAA Stingrays PEP Squad, City University of Pasay CUP Eagles and National University.

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When I arrived at home at 7:00PM, my body was so tired but my mind was still alive – remembering the jumps, tosses, splits and tumbling, which I’ve witnessed. Undeniably, I loved the feeling of exposing such kind of event wherein I was able to meet young people because it energized me. Moreover, it helps me realized that I am getting older as I compared myself to them- I easily feel tired but these young people, their energy is boundless and I hope they’ll use in achieving their dreams.

23 February 2019

πŸŽ™ EP9 - An Interview to an Outdoor S*x Tripper. (Podcast By Jonathan Orbuda )

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James is 26 years old, self-proclaimed gay from Mandaluyong City who is proud of doing risky s*xual acts in public places. He admits that he enjoyed a lot doing such act in public but he never claimed as an exhibitionist. He narrated his story to Jonathan Orbuda’s podcast on how he became an aficionado of practicing the so-called “Outdoor S*x Tripping”.

Public s*x is a s*xual activity that takes place not in an entirely private context. It refers to a person or more than one person performing a sex act in a public place or in a private place but can be viewed in a public place. Such private places can include the back yard or even the bedroom with the curtains open. It also includes such acts in a semi-public place, where the general public is free to enter, such as a shopping mall. Public places where s*x acts can be performed include a car (commonly called parking), on a beach, in the woods, as well as in a theatre, bus, street, toilet, cubicle or cemetery.
James is also famous in an online daring video site because he uploaded his extreme encounters with random men within his office premises.

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15 February 2019

πŸŽ™ EP8 - In the Name of Love - Valentine’s Day Special πŸ’–

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From Left to Right  - KC, Innah , Nathan and Daddy Abs


In this last episode for Valentine’s special, Podcaster Tansyong meets four random people with extraordinary stories. They met in a restaurant located in Technohub Quezon City for the interview.

First Guest is Daddy Abs – a DJ and a married man with one kid. He narrated his story on how he got his wife. “Nagkalat ako ng mga petals sa kwarto nya para suyuin siya” he said.


Ginawa kong Cubao to Fairview and Baguio” he added. As he mentioned that love is all about giving

The second Guest is Innah who said that love is crazy. She narrates her love story in the worst concept and how she moved on from the said dilemma. Her partner committed a third party or simply mistress while she is pregnant that leads to the death of her baby.



“ I hired a killer to kill the mistress,” she said. Listen to the entire interview.

The third Guest is KC who said that love is acceptance. She lends money from a bank just to finance her boyfriend’s study. When she learned that her boyfriend had another girlfriend which is pregnant.


“While I am paying my debt to the bank monthly – it kept me reminds that I had a boyfriend who left.” She said.

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11 February 2019

πŸ‹ Pomegranate Fruit AKA Granada Fruit - My First Time In Marinduque.

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The pomegranate with the scientific name Punica Granatum is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub in the family Lythraceae that grows between 5 and 10 m (16 and 33 ft) tall. In the Philippines, it is famous as Granada Fruit.  It has been studied that Pomegranate juice is a powerful anti-inflammatory because of its high concentration of antioxidants. It can help reduce inflammation throughout the body and prevent oxidative stress and damage.



The first time that I saw a Granada Tree with abundant of fruits on it was when I traveled to Marinduque a few years ago. I remembered, heading to Ka Amon Cave – there was a household that captured my attention because of its colorful fruits. I was under the impression that it was a guava tree but our tour guide told us that it was Granada Fruit.



While staring at the trees and getting amazed, the owner of the house noticed us and went out of the house. She was smiling and offered us the ripe fruits. Depending on the variety and degree of ripeness, the seeds of the pomegranate can vary in taste from only a little sour (similar to ripe cherries) to fairly sharp (similar to uncooked cranberries). It can be enjoyed straight by simply eating the seeds, in any of a number of pomegranate-derived goods, or as a juice. But I ate it straight from the tree. It was sweet and a bit of sour yet it was tolerable.



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Actually, it has been years past by since I visited the Province of Marinduque. And I just remember how the locals were truly welcoming to us. And surely, I’ll be back to this province sooner.

10 February 2019

πŸ“Έ HOW HARD DID AGING HIT YOU? #10YearsChallenge.

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Majority of us do not admit the fear of getting old, getting petrified of the wrinkles that sooner will exist in our faces, and the freshness will start to evaporate as time goes by. Our minds tried to ignore the beauty of life as we focus on how we become aesthetically pleasant and we forgot where we came from, how we started?


Recently, a unified hashtag became a trend in social media #10YearsChallenge and #HowHardDidAgingHitYou. It became viral as you’re challenged to post your picture 10 years ago and your recent picture adjacent to it in your social media account. Undeniably, it is fun to browse your old photos so that you can join such an online challenge and at the same time you’re reminiscing your happy memories.

πŸŽ₯WATCH VLOG HOW MY FRIEND REACTED TO MY OLD PHOTOS:  

πŸ“ΈI decided to look for my old pictures and here are some of my old photos.

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I was in my second-year college. We're creating a video for our LAW subject.

My first time in the Manila Bulletin Printing Building in Intramuros City

With my Classmates Economistas’ Outing the Cheapest Way Possible in Siniloan, Laguna.

Night Scene in Thunderbird Resort, Binangonan Rizal

Visiting Vicente Manansala Historical Landmark in Binangonan Rizal.

This was my first time to go to Thunderbird Resort in Rizal with my colleges from the University's Publication.  

 This picture - I must say, this was the moment that I wanted to delete in my past. Let's just don't talk about it.

Remember that days when you rent a VCD or DVD in video city. Those where the days when Netflix doesn't exist and we never thought it will exist.

When I was college, I joined numerous school organizations and it shows in this picture on how I was tired of all those extracurricular activities aside from my academics obligation. 

PGT aka Pilipinas Got Talent, Yeah! I also auditioned there one time. Mataas lang talaga pangarap ko when I was young but I didn't make it. 

LOOK AT THAT HAIRSTYLE - Long back hairstyle was becoming a trend at some point in my college days. It was really fun looking at these pictures and remembering how I looked like that time. 

When I started working and earning money for myself. I had this experience wherein I spent the majority of my earning into parties, bars and having a fun time with "friends". It was just a stage that I had no regret when I became older but it taught me a lot.

I was once a TAMBAY SA COMPUTER SHOP, this was my college days wherein I have to spend much time in the internet shop with friends to avoid staying at home. 

My first call center was in ALORICA  located in Alphaland Magallanes. I had fun working there and I learned how to survive in a stressful environment - CALL CENTER.

During my college, I enrolled in ROTC as an elective and the fun part was I even joined a training to become a cadet officer. Until now, I don't even recall as to why I let myself involved in difficult training - maybe I just want to prove something.  

I also joined a HipHop Dance Group during my college even though it was just a short span of time. 

It shows in my smile the success of my Thesis Defense.  

This was my OJT aka on job training in MERALCO main office at the Salary and Benefits Department.

When I was 16, at that time when the popular Rakista looks went popular. At this early age, I already worked in a Bakeshop somewhere in Caloocan for a living. 

My childhood was fun since I grew up with my grandparents in the province of Bohol. 

What I remembered during my college life - I really loved getting pierce. I had piercing in my nose line, my both nipple has a ring, my navel, and etcetera.

This was during our Brainstorming session with The Pillar Publication when I was college. We went to a hill located in Tayuman, Binangonan Rizal just to gather our ideas and put in writing for the next issue of the University's magazine.

With my cousin when I was 14 years old in the Province of Bohol where I grew up and spent my childhood there.

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