While calls for acceptance and respect for diversity are steadily increasing in favor of LGBTQ+ rights, many still wonder about the root cause of homosexuality. Some people blame genetics. Others point their finger at the person’s childhood and circumstances. There are those who say it’s simply a matter of choice.
Who’s on Usapang Hugot
Joining us for this episode is Kenneth Andaya, an Igorot who hails from Mountain Province. He is a former Operations Specialist at Accenture and is currently a practicing nurse in the pediatric department at Luis Hora Memorial Regional Hospital.
Kenneth joins us on this episode to share how he coped when he was bullied as a child for being “different.” He talks about what caused him to doubt his sexual orientation, how he came to terms with being gay, and how he used to advocate for gay rights. Find out what made his life take a turn in another direction.
“Homosexuality is not my destiny.” – Kenneth Andaya
On this episode of Usapang Hugot:
- Kenneth’s difficult childhood
- How he responded to his “curse”
- The truth about romantic involvements between a man and a gay
- What he thought was the source of pride and acceptance
- The lowlight of his adult life
- How he discovered his destiny
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