Monday, June 29, 2015

Complicated Password

I was recently advised by my online account to change my password.  Sure, okay, why not.  Then it asked me at least 10 characters with combinations of numerical values, lower and upper case alphabets.  What the F!!  Are they really serious about this?

They used to ask for at least 6 or 8 characters.  Now it is getting longer and complicated.  This is ridiculous.

I know there are hackers who wants to get access your personal or financial accounts but is this the new normal?  Are we going to keep on updating our passwords, lengthening it, making it complicated until we give up and say....bahala ka na and I don't care with my online account?

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Documentary Film : Out in the Silence

The announcement of filmmaker Joe Wilsons wedding to another man ignites a firestorm of controversy in his small hometown and a plea for help from the mother of a gay teen being tormented at school.

We sometimes think that being gay in the Philippines is difficult, that it is better in the US since they are more progressive or liberal.  Think again...

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Video : Hidden cam roommate

Hidden cam catches roommate jerking off!  Enjoy!

DISCLAIMER : DiscreetBai does not make any claims or suggestions to the sexual orientation or preference of the person or people involved in the video.

Please practice safe sex!  Be responsible for yourself and others!

This video is for entertainment purposes only and should never be imitated.  Actors in this video undergo physical preparation (anal cleaning, HIV testing and others).

Please read more information about HIV AIDS and safe sex!


Friday, June 26, 2015

US Supreme Court approves same-sex marriage

In a landmark decision (5-4 voting), the US Supreme Court voted in favor of same-sex marriage in the entire US.  All US States must now recognize same-sex marriages.

The timing is so poetic as June is Pride Month.  

On June 28, 1969, police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich, New York.  Feed up with constant raids on gay bars, gay patrons fought back.  This event became known as the Stonewall Riots and started the modern Gay Rights movement.  A year later, the first Gay Pride marches were organized at New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.  

Manila will be holding its Gay Pride march this weekend to commemorate the Stonewall Riots.  The Manila Gay Pride march was the first in Asia organized in 1994.

Happy Birthday

On July 24, 2011, I created a blog named Discreet CDO.  This was to replace the DiscreetBai Forum which was suspended and eventually deleted by the web host.  Months later Discreet CDO was officially changed to

Four years later, over a million site views, is here to stay.

Thanks for your support!  Salamat sa inyong tanan!

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Tips to avoid getting swindled in Cagayan de Oro City

There have been incidents of robbery or fraud in Cagayan de Oro involving gay people.

To avoid getting swindled or robbed, here are some advise or tips to follow :

1. When meeting someone online, check their Facebook account or if not see each other through webcam. Today, most people have Facebook or webcams, so if that person does not have one, that is a warning sign.

2. If the person you meet online wants to meet with you immediately in your hotel room or apartment, that is a warning sign. Meet this person first in a public area or through webcam. If you do not like the person you are meeting, you can make an excuse and leave the place or simply turn off the webcam.

3. If you bring these strangers to your hotel room or apartment/home, make sure the hotel has a CCTV camera and the guy should register or surrender an ID to the hotel receptionist. Better yet, leave your valuables with the hotel receptionist for safe keeping and instruct them never to give it to anyone except you. Take a photo of the guy using your phone and send it to friends. If at home, make sure someone is at home to assist you in case of emergencies.

4. Gay swindlers are now in social networking sites. If the profile photo is not the same with the actual person you meet, that is a warning sign. Make an excuse and leave immediately. Do not anymore entertain them.

5. If someone asks you for a night out with his so called "friends and cousins", that is a warning sign. You might end up paying all of the drinks and even more. Sometimes you go out in a date, only to find out that his "cousin" will join you later. If this happens, make an excuse and leave! These swindlers sometimes operate in pairs or groups.

6. When in a motel, if the guy insists that you take a shower first, this is a warning sign. This is an opportunity for these swindlers to take your belongings and even your clothes. If you shower, take your clothes with you inside the bathroom and lock the door.

7. If you meet someone new and that guy wants to have sex with you, ask that person, are you a call boy? Some of these guys would not tell you that they are call boys. After sex they would suddenly ask money from you, even though you have not talked about it.

8. If a gay swindler threatens you that he will create a scene or "mag eskandalo" if you do not give your belongings, you should reply....GO AHEAD! PAG ESKANDALO. These swindlers are just bluffing. They do not really want to create a scene or else they will get involved in it and their identity exposed.

9. Beware of "masseurs" advertising their massage services online. There have been complaints of theft and swindling. It is best to get recommendations from friends or a reliable website.

10. Cagayan de Oro has a high HIV AIDS infection rate in Northern Mindanao. Every year infection rate in the city doubles (100% increase). You should not only be concerned about your physical safety when dealing with these call boys but your health as well.

Share this with friends! If you have been a victim of these swindlers, REPORT them to the Police!

Beware of these guys.