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A 12-year-old girl escapes rape when the attempted rapist fails to have his erection

A 12-year-old girl escapes rape when the attempted rapist fails to have his erection

  • A girl was doing errands for her mother when she was held-up and later attempted to be raped by the suspect
  • The suspect had a problem with his erection which gave a chance for the victim to escape
  • The victim’s statement was inconsistent so the police in charge decided to release the suspect

In Badian, Cebu City, a 12-year-old girl became a victim of an attempted rape case. The mother seeks justice as she asks the help of Bombo Radyo Cebu to call for an investigation.

On April 12 at 6 o’clock in the evening, the victim said that her mother asked her to do some errands.

While she was walking, a man wearing a mask blocked her way for a hold-up. The girl only had a 20-peso bill, so the suspect brought her to a secret place, where he might rape the girl.

She told the police that the suspect had stripped her clothes off, but there was no penetration that happened.

According to Bombo Radyo, the suspect had a problem with his erection which gave her a chance to escape. “Base naman sa salaysay ng biktima, hinubaran siya ng suspek ngunit hindi agad nito nagalaw ang bata dahil hindi tumigas ang ari nito.”

PNP Badian Women’s Desk officer Josefina Beriameo said that girl had identified the suspect. Because her statement was inconsistent, the police in charge have released the suspect.

The mother seeks justice for her daughter. The release of the suspect becomes more traumatizing for her daughter. So the mother brought the case to Bombo Radyo and is hoping they would help her call for an investigation.

Now, the PNP conducted a thorough investigation of the incident.

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Pinay beauty queens’ contrasting beliefs about transgender women joining beauty pageants

Pinay beauty queens’ contrasting beliefs about transgender women joining beauty pageants

  • Beauty queens expressed their opinions about the inclusion of transgender women at the Miss Universe.
  • Winwyn Marquez, Maxine Medina, and Gloria Diaz are against the idea, while Catriona Gray showed support. 

The topic of transgender women joining beauty pageants has been re-opened after Miss Spain 2018, Angela Ponce, successfully became a part of the Miss Universe 2018.

She was acknowledged as the first ever transgender contestant of the competition by honoring her with her own segment during the coronation night. After the preliminary rounds, the 27-year-old said that it was an honor and pride to be part of the pageant.

“I don’t need to win Miss Universe. I only need to be here,” she said in the video.

“I always say: having a vagina didn’t transform me into a woman. I am a woman, already before birth, because my identity is here.”

While she’s proud of her achievement, Filipino beauty queens have different viewpoints regarding the inclusion of transgender women in beauty pageants.

Beauty queens expressed their opinions. 

2017 Reina Hispanoamericana titleholder Teresita Ssen “Winwyn” Marquez said that as much as she loved the idea of Spain allowing Ponce to join, she still thinks that the Miss Universe should be given to “natural born women”. She also clarified that she has nothing against transgenders.

“Kasi there is Miss International Queen, tama ba? It’s a prestigious pageant also… let’s just give it (Miss Universe) for natural born-women and for transgenders to have their own prestigious pageant. Pero kung a-allow naman ng Miss Universe pageant, then we should accept it also.”

Miss Universe-Philippines 2016 Maxine Medina was also not keen on having transgender women in the Miss Universe competition.

“Well, kung gusto niya talaga sumali, may mga pageants naman na for them. So, let’s give them an idea na meron naman talagang pageant for them. Para man equal din sa girls di ‘ba.”

The 1969 Miss Universe Gloria Diaz hoped that there will be a separate pageant for transgenders instead.

In one report by Bombo Radyo, Diaz mentioned that there’s nothing wrong with Ponce’s participation in the pageant, but she hopes for a better venue for transgenders.

As other netizens also shared the same sentiments as Marquez, Medina, and Diaz, the newly-crowned Miss Universe, Catriona Gray, defended Ponce’s right to join the pageant.

A month prior to the coronation night, Gray has expressed her support to the inclusion of transgender candidates to the line-up of contestants.

“I’m open to it, because individually, I see beauty queens more than a physical aspect,” she answered in one episode of The Bottomline.

“We represent something — that has to be what we’re there for. And she has a purpose. She is that voice for the transgender community.

“If she can further educate people about what are the needs of the transgender community to get us to be more compassionate towards them… I have close friends who are transgender, so I’ve heard their experiences, and there is a lot of work to be done in how we come towards them.”


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