Cheeno Marlo Sayuno

For Cheeno, writing is a responsibility: a promise to offer perspective that opens readers to new possibilities of viewing the world. A writer of children's storybooks while teaching in a university in the Philippines, Cheeno finds passion in using the power of the pen to empower readers of all ages. He is on his way to obtain a PhD Communication degree and is an avid fan of Broadway musicals.
LGBTQ+

Stories and Struggles of the LGBTQ+ Community

They say that a pot of gold awaits at the end of a rainbow, but for the LGBTQ+ community, there are no treasures. While the advent of the LGBTQ+ (or LGBTQQIAAP, which stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Allies, and Pansexual) community has brought about new meanings to rainbows and pride, the rest of the world, at its core, remains resistant to the possibilities of gender fluidity. And for these people, the struggle continues.
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Postgraduate Degree

The Perks of Having a Postgraduate Degree

As our world chases the change of times in today’s globalization-centric Information Age, knowledge becomes an investment that can catapult yourself towards the realization of your career goals. Because of this, companies of various industries also seek higher levels of education for their employees.
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Communication

How the Internet Changed the Way We Communicate

Whether technology in its most modern forms is advantageous or disadvantageous to humanity has been the subject of debate over the years. On one hand, we are no stranger to how technology can so much affect the various aspects of our lives that the generation of today can become zombies little by little due to the adverse effects of technology not only to the physical but also to the social well-being of a person.
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Gay pride

7 Things You Shouldn’t Ask Gay People

With Taiwan’s recent legalization of same-sex marriage and Jake Zyrus’ emancipation from Charice Pempengco to finally free himself from the shackles of the female body, as well as last month’s Pride Month that called forth Pride marches all over the world, it is accurate enough that we live in an age where the LGBT (or LGBTQQIAAP, which stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Allies, and Pansexual) community is becoming a cultural norm, at the very least for the most part.
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