Fight with Flowers

Send Flowers to the Philippine Senate President!How gay, and how nice. Fighting discrimination by sending flowers — how appropriate!

The 2 main legislative bodies in the Philippines are set to tackle gay-relevant bills (HB 634 and SBN 1738) and , specifically seeking to penalize discriminatory acts against lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders. My principle is simple: every human being has the right to live in harmony with his/her fellow human beings, to be treated with utmost respect and dignity regardless of class, race, sexual orientation, etc. In short, I support this cause.

From September 11 to 30, 2006, the gay community encourages everyone to send flowers to the Senate to appeal for the prompt passage of HB 634 and SBN 1738. At this point, it is very crucial to persuade the leadership of both chambers, specifically Senate President Manuel Villar, Jr. to expedite the approval of SBN 1738 and HB 634.

How to send flowers:

1. Pick your preferred flower shop vendor. I am not endorsing any.
2. Pick the cheapest or the grandest flower arrangement you prefer — it’s up to you. My feeling is that in this case, quantity is more important than quality.
3. Insert the message, as below: (so we have one message)

Stop Discrimination Now! Please support the immediate passage of SBN 1738 / HB 634, which penalizes discrimination against lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders. Thank you very much.

4. Send to:

Senate President
Rm. 602 GSIS Bldg., Financial Center,
Roxas Blvd., Pasay City

5. Email (cc: [email protected], or leave a comment here) to inform us that you have sent a flower to the Senate President.

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One Response to “Fight with Flowers”

  1. Chris Says:

    I just remembered the first line of my speech for a debate back in high school.

    “All human beings are born free with equal rights and dignity, respect for the rights of each member of the human family is the foundation of peace, justice, and freedom in this world.”

    This line is really gay. Universal. But gay. Pang Miss Universe.

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