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SOPHISTIKATE: Katepiphanies and Kateaclysms

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Dear KLM, this should not happen again

Dear KLM, … Read More»

Population, Reproductive Health and the Anti-Life

Having read my class article, ‘Transitions in World Population’[1], I cannot help but think of the current situation of my country, the Philippines. … Read More»

Human Rights and Young Leaders

In a huge camp called Dynamo at the heart of Tuscany met 40 or so young people advocating for human rights. … Read More»

The Danger of a Single Story

Last Friday,in my Gender, Culture, and Development in Africa class I came to know another female writer whose books I have yet to read. Her name is Chimamanda Adichie. … Read More»

Versions of Truth: 'Normalising' Sex Work or Is Sex a Matter of Labour?

NB: This is just my reflection … Read More»

The Witch of Granada: A Travel Narrative

(The story behind, "The Mysterious Head Under My Bed") … Read More»

Because she could not stop for Death, He kindly stopped for her

The first time the Aquino family announced that their matriarch, President Cory Aquino, was diagnosed with colon cancer the people were saddened. … Read More»

Remembering our most beloved President Cory C. Aquino (1933-2009)

(While I am still writing my personal essay about her, let me post her speech at the US Congress in 1986 which is one of my favorites) … Read More»

Falling-Out in Friendship

I have a variety of friends—older, same age, and younger. For all of them, I always make sure that they feel they are equally loved and taken care of. … Read More»

A Farmer's Murder

There is no way to express how grateful I am in words to people who bless and till the land so that we Filipinos have food on our table; in the same way that there is no word that can ever equal the c … Read More»

Mr. Acropol

Note: This is the next essay from the previous one, "In the Midst of Muslim Men: Travel Narratives in Istanbul" at (I'm still writing the first part.) … Read More»

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