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Vice Ganda believes SOGIE should be taught in schools

  • Unkabogable Star Vice Ganda believes that in order to fight gender discrimination, SOGIE must be taught in schools
  • Vice Ganda also believes that this is a great step to broaden their advocacy

With Pride Month aiming to educate, promote equality, and break barriers against gender discrimination, Vice Ganda believes that SOGIE should be taught in school.

In order to fight gender discrimination, Vice Ganda believes that Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE) should be a part of the education curriculum of every educational institution.


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In an interview with PUSH Bets Live, Vice that having SOGIE as part of one’s education is a great step in understanding a person with a different sexual orientation.

“First I believe [people] must educate themselves. Everyone must be able to understand what is LGBTQIA+, what kind of people they are, because if you don’t understand the person, then you don’t fully embrace his/her totality.

“You have to understand, that’s why I firmly believe that SOGIE must be taught in schools,” he explained.

Vice Ganda also believes that the LGBT community is itself broken.

“I think that the LGBT community itself is broken. I believe that the LGBT must be solid, and must be able to resolve all their issues.”

He knows that everyone in the community has different opinions about LGBT. Despite its diversity, he believes that it is okay as long as everyone is solid in their advocacy to fight for their equality.

“Para ma-ipaglaban natin ng magkakasama kung ano man ang gusto naming ipaglaban. Kasi as of now, it’s diverse and everyone has their own opinion, and that’s okay. Pero dapat at the end of the day we’re solid, we fight as one, we have one advocacy and that is for everyone’s equality.”

In celebration of Pride Month at the Mega Equality Ball, Vice Ganda along with Awra Briguela, Mimiyuuuh, G-Force dancers Jorge and Michael, former Miss Q and A candidate Koko Artadi, and Pinoy Drag Queens Turing Quinto and Stephania graced the event as a group named House of Ganda inspired by the American TV series Pose.

Vice Ganda is also happy with his love life with rumored boyfriend Ion Perez.

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Written by Cathy Solivar

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