Human Rights is not only exclusively the right to eat and drink in the public but also the right to express oneself whether it could be a religious profession or display of personal sexual orientation. However, because most people were used to seeing opposite sex displaying love and affection in the public, some might find same sex display of love and affection offensive or weird because they are not oriented about on such kind of display of love and affection; thus they become culture shock and call it unpleasant (or bad or evil) and abnormal but only because they are not used to see it. Therefore, making their judgment purely unfair and unjust, thus committing crime against human rights.
Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is also prevalent in the Philippines wherein mostly open transgender gays and lesbians were treated by straight sex with despisement and condemnation yet these hypocrite straights proudly proclaim that they good in the society and eschew evil but they treated the gay community with contempt because they were indoctrinated and somewhat brainwashed by their ever so-called so “good” Christian religion (and even the so-called “peace loving” religion Islam) that homosexuality is “sin” or “evil” only by a piece of their bias scriptural non-sense anti-human Bible verses/Koran verses; Feeling to have authority whereas they don’t have. What a shit religions do to people! Yet in great hypocrisy they say that religion teach them what is “good”.
For those who are not acquainted with the gay and lesbian community in the Philippines, June 26 is said to be the 17th anniversary of Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Community in the Philippines, however, it was not quite recognized or much publicly celebrated because of the religious influence of the homophobic and ever hypocritical Christian religion that is predominating the spiritual mindset of Filipinos in the Philippines, only few are not slaves of such mind-controlling world religion. But however, there are already many LGBT organizations in the Philippines today fighting for their rights against public discrimination on regards to sexual orientation and there is a particular religion in the Philippines that accepts same-sex marriage.
However, same-sex marriage is not yet accepted in the Philippine constitutions though recently America has already accepted it. For there is still existing Philippine law that needed to be amended and abolish that is mostly against LGBT community, that is the Anti-Vagrancy law which is against human rights. Moreover, there is also the unmonitored or somewhat ignored sexual violence inside all-male prisons wherein gay prisoners were rape or treated unjustly by homophobic males even the homophobic wardens tolerate such violence against homosexuals.