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For almost as long as there have been parent-child relationships, the question has been: Should parents be best friends with their kids?

November 25 is a day you should know about. It’s the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. But what’s it even for?

It’s high time we do something about toxic Pinoy culture

PUA Academy teaches “men” how to pick up women. Is it followed? Sadly. Is it effective? Who cares. Is it wrong? Definitely.

There comes a time when you can’t come to your parents anymore and when they start to need you more than you need them. It’s a scary yet inevitable phase of life that means two things: You’re an adult and

A candid account of an Insta-newbie as she talks overcoming FOMO, self-control and offline relationships     Once a lowly photo social app, Instagram has now become larger than (online) life itself. “Photos or it didn’t happen,” as absurd an unspoken rule as

Because a strip club need not be a mystery     If you Wikipedia “strip club,” the popular-yet-not-hundred-percent-legit search site describes it as a venue “where strippers provide adult entertainment, predominantly in the form of a striptease or other erotic dances.” Let’s try

When you can stop your eyes from rolling for a minute, you’ll find something valuable here     Right after finishing business school, I took a job in LA as a business assistant for the CEO of a media company. It was a

The world wide web today, free speech and why we’re just not having it

We know art is art because our textbooks, columnists or society bigshots tell us so. But who is to define what art is anyway?

A round table discussion on gender dynamics, hypermasculinity and “boys will be boys”

It’s hard not to put blame on your parents for some of the things that go wrong in life. They didn’t teach you something, they didn’t prioritize something else, they weren’t strict enough or they were too strict. It’s a

"I’ve learned in the many years I’ve known and made Him known is you do not preach people into belief; you love them to it.”

Subtle or not, no one likes a mansplainer. Mother used to tell me that if I had nothing nice to say, that I shouldn’t say it at all. I propose a new rule of thumb: If no asked for your

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