March 5, 2010

A Bad News


The recent turns of event affected me that much, I'm concerned about my lifestyle and my rights...I was having so much fun and forgot that I am a foreigner here, a not so straight foreigner...I know I am very discreet but I still feel scared.

Recently, it was all over the hospital, a news about a gay nurse at the ER, missing for about two days. They don't know where he is, just found out the next day that he was arrested by the police.

Why?

Because he's gay.

I was saddened by this, concerned friends approached me and advised me, told me to be careful. "We love you, that's why we're telling you this" they said. I appreciated it."You should avoid local guys, as much as possible, only date Filipino guys, its much safer. Don't ever bring guys to your house OK?!

At this time, I'm shutting all kind of gay guys!LOL

I asked around why did they arrested him, no one knew, some of his friends are not saying anything, they're protecting their friends from further shame I guess.

People said:

1.He is having an affair with a local (arab/qatari)
2.Someone must've tipped the police that he's having gay practice and had him under surveillance for a week.
3.He was at his accommodation, doing his laundry, on plain house clothes, slippers etc., when the police arrested him.
4.That he will be put behind bars and be slashed every Friday.
5.He will be deported with nothing but what he is currently wearing.

All of this are just talks and I don't have valid proof that it is true, but they said, its been done before and those gays being arrested before told these stories.

Its scary, I feel bad about this nurse, I hope he's alright. I thought as long as you do it inside your walls you will be alright, but why do they have to raid some one's house? I read some articles that the police are even doing disguise (CID-cops in disguise) and make entrapment operations.

Sigh.

No more dating for me as of now. Good thing I'm not having sex for about 4 months now!LOL

Kaong at nata de coco na 'to! Nyahaha!

20 comments:

Darc Diarist said...

be careful mac...

m2mtripper said...

Ooohhh... Scary!
Ingat palagi.

Pati pala ikaw, apektado ng El Nino.

Kampai!

ʎonqʎʇıɔ said...

oh no! seriously? scary yan. hope he's okay. ingat ka diyan. mabuti nang kinakaong kesa saktan, dba?

niko said...

be careful mac. i know you don't wanna be "slashed" every Friday. pag-uwi mo na lang dito, have all the guys you want =)

afif=shafie said...

OMG!!!

rudeboy said...

Oh, Mac, you should be careful anywhere abroad, especially if you're a gay man.

The religious police can be very strict about enforcing their local moral codes, and like that hapless nurse you mentioned, there's little you or the Philippine consulate can do about it.

Exercise not only restraint, but extreme caution.

Ming Meows said...

nakakatakot talaga. dun ka na lang sa binigay ng mama mo.

Solo said...

Oh my god! Be careful Mac! I feel bad for that nurse. I hope he will just deported than slashing him every friday. Poor guy.

Solo
Travel and Living
Job Hunter

Mac Callister said...

thank you guys, I know thats why no more guys for me as of now.

Manech said...

This is so sad. Sigh. :(

dhyoy said...

naku sad naman... :( ingat ka jan!

Rex said...

Too bad. Sad

imsonotconio said...

katakot!

Jules said...

Poor boy. =( Ingat ka Mac.

Jules
Soloden.Com
The Brown Mestizo

the geek said...

i have a gay friend too and he was behind bars for nearly six months in saudi. you would not believe what he gone through...

ingat ka jan.

Chronicler said...

Mac, ingat ka dyan. Dating a Pinoy is probably safer but being obvious outside in the open might be dangerous, too.

Mac Callister said...

@chronicler--yeah im very careful na nga dito

Phunk Factor said...

Shit!! This is freak'in scary!!! Ur friends were right to warn you, man!!!

Be safe!

bluemyth said...

this story struck me...kakatakot.... so sad... really sad...paanu nalang...hasyt...bad bad nila...sana makarma sila... they dont have a heart...
hmm...takot na me talga being nurse outside arab countries...

arkin said...

gosh this is soo sad and discriminating. all the while, i thought the machismo culture here in the phils is sooo harsh to us, gays. seems im wrong