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DJ Deuce: ‘It’s all about respect’

In the spirit of Pride in the Philippines this December, LGBT people were interviewed in the hopes of showing a broader spectrum of the community. Meet DJ Deuce, saying that “it’s all about respect, and loving freely.’

DJ Deuce (Kat & Patty)

Ages: 23/25

What they do: Club DJs

Patty: “I guess I’ve always had it in me. I remember having a number of boyfriends in the past but I always had this attraction for women.”

Kat: “Never had a boyfriend, and had only 2 girlfriends my whole life…”

Patty: “LGBT in our country now is tolerated/accepted, especially in this generation. Although there are still very limited rights, and discrimination was never gone. Anti-discrimination bill should be passed. It will pave the way for gay marriage. If some states in other countries can do it, we should be able to.”

Kat: “That in a LGBT couple, one has to be defined either as a man or a woman in the relationship, when in reality neither is!”

Patty: “Closet, out, gay or not gay. It’s all about respect, and loving freely.”

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