as well as the two brilliant and oh-so-gay minds of The Dan and Rye Show for making this their blog of the month.
This blog is first and foremost a political one. It cannot be otherwise because it is how I live my everyday life.
There’s politics in being a migrant worker. There’s politics in movies, books and travels. There’s politics in being gay. There’s politics in love and friendship. There’s politics in blogging as well.
In most of my posts, the politics I hold are expressed. In some, they are just implied.
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo always says that we should stop making things political. But to declare so is in itself already political. Such a statement is as hypocritical as her “sorry”, promises and smiles.
To be political and to get recognised by bloggers who are not in the movement I’m active with is way cool. I’ve only got two readers who are activists as well and I bet they only read this because I read theirs. Kidding! (I hope)
So I thank Empress Maruja and TDRS. Kudos of course to those who visit and read.
When I started this six months ago, I never thought I’d get hooked to blogging. Thinking back, it was the same when I drank my first cup of coffee and puffed my first yosi.
This may very well be another addiction that I’ll be keeping. Well at least until another one comes along or my two other addictions kill me.