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The number of Filipina politicians has risen, but they still remain a minority group.
Good news: More Filipinas are becoming involved in public service. The not-so-good news: They still make up just one-fifth of the government.From business to politics, it’s true that women’s representation is growing in various fields. On the latest World’s Billionaires List by ...
 
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Meet the country’s richest women.
For the first time, two women from the Philippines were included in US magazine Forbes’ rankings of the world’s billionaires. Filipino tycoons on the annual lists have always been predominantly male.The two women that were on the latest rankings are Teresita Sy-Coson and Elizabeth ...
 
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Naturally, all the books are authored by women.
Xandra Ramos-Padilla is no stranger to female empowerment. When she isn’t busy with her job as managing director of National Book Store, one can catch Ramos engrossed in books written by female authors. Cap off women’s month this year with her round-up ...
 
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They weren’t allowed to travel with their own names.
The battle for gender equality has experienced its highs and lows. From winning the right to suffrage to the continuous fight for equal pay, women have been steadily breaking the glass ceiling. In commemoration of International Women’s Day on March 8, we ...
 
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May Ling Su is counted in the ranks of the Pornsaints and her portrait is on permanent display in Amsterdam's Erotisch Museum.
Dubbed by prominent large-format photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders as one of the 30 most important porn stars in America, May Ling Su holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from the premiere Jesuit university in the Philippines. Right after her graduation from the Ateneo de ...
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