Catfishing in gay social media sites is a growing problem especially in Cagayan de Oro City. Catfishing is when someone creates a fake profile (fake photographs) on social media sites to trick people into thinking they are somebody else. They make up life stories and use photographs of unsuspecting victims to create fake identities. (https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1754916/what-is-catfishing-and-how-do-you-know-if-its-happening-to-you/) Aside from being catfished, your identity might be stolen. When you share your photo, make sure you watermark it. Put a mark on your photo so no one can claim it as their own. Always ask to chat through webcam first before meeting. You can chat through Skype, Viber and others. If they refuse to chat through webcam or even through your phone cam (video phone chat), be careful. These swindlers feed on your desires, on your emotions. That is how they convince you to do anything they want you to do. For example : "Magmahay ka gyud kung dili ta magkita", "Lami kaayo ko mo romansa, magmahay ka gyud", "Karon ra gyud ko bakante, magkita na ta karon". Never allow them to control you. Control the situation before it gets out of hand. If you get robbed, report it to the police. By not reporting these swindlers to the police, you are giving them permission to rob other people.
Maytinis Festival in Kawit, Cavite is a unique Filipino translation of the ancient biblical scenes from the Old to the New Testaments depicted in dazzling floats. What caught my eye is the Adam and Eve float. Woooo...If Adams attire was way too sexy for such a "religious" festival, Eves attire is just too much hahahaha.