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Orosa Street, which intersected with Nakpil, also came to life and saw the opening of many bars, restaurants, and shops.

However, now all the gay establishments along the Orosa-Nakpil intersection, save for one, the Che’lu Bar, are gone. Here I discuss several interconnected issues that may shed light on the phenomenon, namely, technology, urban location, economics, and political consciousness.

Popular discourses on homosexuality began appearing, like Coco Banana boomed in the Malate area.

However, it was only in the 1990s that a politically conscious gay and lesbian movement thrived in the country, and the city that witnessed all these milestones in Philippine Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) history was Manila.

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There are LGBT employment protections in some areas of Manila, but not in Pasig, where Angel works.

In 2010, an estimated 60,000 to 100,000 children in the Philippines were involved in prostitution rings, according to Minette Rimando, a spokeswoman for the U.

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