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Gay Sikat

The Bekimon Mother

Gay men are everywhere around the world and they are increasing in population and most of them become world’s famous celebrities most especially in line of fashion, beauty and entertainment, which is indeed truly amazing.

In the Philippines there are successful and note worthy gay people in fashion, beauty and entertainment departments which the Philippines can be truly proud of. In addition to this pool of note worthy gays is the invasion of the “Queen of the Bekimons” into Philippine entertainment industry and he can be seen now regularly on ABS-CBN’s early afternoon drama series “Juanita Banana”. His invention of the word “Bekimon” has now become part of Filipino pet tag among gay people and Filipino men ad women who diligently use “gay language” in their talkings or words.

Mudak Bekimon - Bern Josep Persia

Mudak Bekimon - Bern Josep Persia

From his successful invasion of facebook, Youtube, twitter, and multiply and even on Google and Yahoo with his Bekimon virus; he has now conquered the Philippine TV tube, minus his, sad to say according to him, fall out “Junakis”

Junakis was his partner that makes “Bekimon” successfully penetrate and make a mark on modern day Philippine culture followed by the “Jejemon” craze.

The “Queen of the Bekimons” is of course, Mr. Bern Josep Persia, who is now famous because of his Bekimon invention and his YouTube videos that bring great laughter to his viewers.

Bekimon

Bekimon

One of his famous Bekimon word, which both Filipino men and women, not only gay people, most often use today is the “Eklaterang Peacock” with some variations “echoserang frog, echoserang palaka, charoterang hamster, and charoterang platypus” which simply means, a “Liar” or “someone who loves or likes making up stories”. This famous Bekimon word becomes a favorite euphemistic word of some Filipinos to their lying detractors, instead of directly saying, “Liar!”; plus it is funny on hearing.

Moreover, the “Beki” from Bekimon has become an alternative name for “bakla, bading” or for gay. Thus, instead of “bakla” or “bading”, Filipinos can call someone also “Beki”, if they spotted someone as a gay person: “Ay, Beki!”

There are some hilarious Bekimon words invented by Mudak Bekimon or by Bern Josep Persia which any Filipinos today could enjoy fully use, but one thing is commendable, that is another gay Filipino have made a mark on Philippine history and being a homosexual is indeed a blessing contrary to religious craps taught to us  regarding homosexuality.

“Most of the terms that bekimons commonly use are alterations of basic Filipino and English words such as workibells (work), kalurkey (kaloka or crazy), teh (ate or sister), anekwaboom (ano or what) and heller (hello).

Others are totally unique — from the popular jowa (spouse or boyfriend/girlfriend) to names of showbiz figures such as Carmi Martin (a term used to refer to karma).

The term bekimon (beki is a colloquial word for “gay”) took off from the growing popularity of the jejemon subculture, which refers to those who deliberately exaggerate ordinary words by adding or subtracting letters, or by using a mixture of upper-case and lower-case letters, in written communication.

—-ABS-CBN News

“Most of the terms that bekimons commonly use are alterations of basic Filipino and English words such as workibells (work), kalurkey (kaloka or crazy), teh (ate or sister), anekwaboom (ano or what) and heller (hello).

Others are totally unique — from the popular jowa (spouse or boyfriend/girlfriend) to names of showbiz figures such as Carmi Martin (a term used to refer to karma).

The term bekimon (beki is a colloquial word for “gay”) took off from the growing popularity of the jejemon subculture, which refers to those who deliberately exaggerate ordinary words by adding or subtracting letters, or by using a mixture of upper-case and lower-case letters, in written communication.

—-ABS-CBN News

Bekimon or Becky is now considered the new Filipino word for “gays or homosexual male” in the Philippines or to designate Filipino gays aside from “Bakla” and “bading”.

Though these invented Filipino words ( bekimon, bakla, bading) are somewhat sarcastic in hearing and calling and somewhat discriminating among the homosexuals in the Philippines when they were called by such callings by others who may not know them personally, Homosexuality in the Philippines is well accepted in the Philippine community not like to other morally strict society of other countries.

Cheers for Gay Philipppines!