Curious how your real-life dad is like the fathers in the movies? Take this quiz!
Mamayani’s Act II has been out for a spell so of course we’re going to dive into that like a moth to the flame.
If you dream of writing the next Ang Probinsyano, we got you. Here is a comprehensive guide on how to write a foolproof, high-rating, award-winning telenovela.
"Here's a pop quiz: name the seven deadly sins. Come on, you saw that Brad Pitt movie. Lust. Yeah, well, everybody gets that one. Gluttony, sure. Greed, yeah. Envy, sloth, anger, or to be a little more technical, wrath. What else? What else? Let me put it this way: if...
Language is necessary in communication. (Most of the time.) Though some would argue about how language leans toward masculinity (read: history, chairman), some words and phrases still celebrate how it is to be feminine.
No one identifies with the damsel in distress narrative anymore, am I right?
Well, we all hope so. But some women continue to live the old tale, and their stories are far from magical.
March is Women’s Month and our editor brought this game to my attention so today, we’re going to talk about this teeny Filipino-made game, Mamayani:Act I.
But I keep her tenderness close to me. I have a special space in my heart for the moments when our guardedness slip off—when we reveal ourselves to each other as people.
Psychologist Robert Sternberg theorized that love is a triangle with three components: intimacy, passion, and commitment.
Social media has revolutionized the world in ways that were inconceivable decades ago. Regrettably, not always in a good way.