I like the color teal
Holiday gift giving continues! So cute!

Holiday gift giving continues! So cute!

One more Christmas wish

If Santa is listening, and if it’s not too much or too late to ask, I want one more present. Nope, not a bestfriend/lover/partner (for now, lol). I just pray for my Grandma’s recovery and for strength, for her and for my whole family. That’s all.

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Let’s not forget the significance of this day. In solidarity.

Let’s not forget the significance of this day. In solidarity.

There’s a chicken at the bar! Lol #mickys (Taken with Instagram)

There’s a chicken at the bar! Lol #mickys (Taken with Instagram)

Afternoon nap + AC on full blast =

Afternoon nap + AC on full blast =

Thank you <3 Yea, my bf made me a gummy bear tree! (Taken with Instagram)

Thank you <3 Yea, my bf made me a gummy bear tree! (Taken with Instagram)

Carbonara ala Rob. Yum! Haha

Carbonara ala Rob. Yum! Haha

Barangay Los Angeles presents &#8220;Art as Advocacy,&#8221; a workshop and panel that features individuals from the LGBTQ Filipin@ community and The Malaya Project. Artists Greg Pacificar and Deney Tuazon will talk about the process of creating The Malaya Project and how they&#8217;ve used photo, video and the written word to share the stories of out and proud Filipino American LGBTQ individuals. Panelists will share their stories that may include but is not limited to coming out, dealing with HIV, expressing oneself, acceptance, marriage and the significance of family. Our goal is to demonstrate the importance of sharing our personal stories with the greater Filipino community, our kapamilya, in order to create a basis for healthy discussion that fosters love, support and understanding. 

For more information visit: http://www.barangayla.org
About Barangay Los Angeles – Established in 1989, Barangay Los Angeles has become a nationally recognized Filipino community organization supporting and focused on addressing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning issues. The organization has grown to serve over 100+ members offering free membership and a wide range of programming, from social events to free educational workshops and advocacy.

Barangay Los Angeles presents “Art as Advocacy,” a workshop and panel that features individuals from the LGBTQ Filipin@ community and The Malaya Project. Artists Greg Pacificar and Deney Tuazon will talk about the process of creating The Malaya Project and how they’ve used photo, video and the written word to share the stories of out and proud Filipino American LGBTQ individuals. Panelists will share their stories that may include but is not limited to coming out, dealing with HIV, expressing oneself, acceptance, marriage and the significance of family. Our goal is to demonstrate the importance of sharing our personal stories with the greater Filipino community, our kapamilya, in order to create a basis for healthy discussion that fosters love, support and understanding. 

For more information visit: http://www.barangayla.org

About Barangay Los Angeles – Established in 1989, Barangay Los Angeles has become a nationally recognized Filipino community organization supporting and focused on addressing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning issues. The organization has grown to serve over 100+ members offering free membership and a wide range of programming, from social events to free educational workshops and advocacy.