I was passing the Fuente last Saturday when I saw Cebuano students and other Catholic religious group gathered in the rotonda protesting against the RH bill. The people around here are mostly Catholics so I was expecting that they would oppose the bill but Cebuano’s are not like the people in our capital who make street protest a daily scene – demonstrations here are very rare (this is thfirst that I’ve seen), people around here are reserve and most still have conservative beliefs. I briefly listened to a Cebuano doctor debate the the bill. There was a band that played afterward and some more speakers.
Demonstrations against the RH Bill
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