This is what I think of Tito Sotto this time, as a father figure.
We all know that he’s a horrible lawmaker (REALTALK! You’re still a bobotante if you will continue to vote for him in the elections), yet he isn’t all that bad when it comes to being a father figure. If he’s really a “misogynist,” to quote Komi himself, how come his marriage with veteran actress Helen Gamboa remains strong? How come that the late Pepsi Paloma’s rape scandal remained an urban legend?
Komi’s post regarding boyfriend-stealing women having a “misogynist” father figure as a necessity makes us re-think about having a father figure like Tito Sotto to women who do not comply with relationship rules.
Well, he does have a point.
Two things: 1.) Female celebrities who steal boyfriends need to have a reputedly “misogynist” father figure to guide them how important it is to have a stable relationship; 2.) The “na-ano” statement is only said to women who have a dubious/questionable background.
These are pretty unpopular and rather controversial opinions. That being said, if Tito Sotto sucks in lawmaking, what compensates is his role as a father figure.
Remember when he called out a woman for wearing skimpy outfits while making herself drunk???
To quote QueenRoxy (via senyorkomikado):
Those who defended Tito Sotto clarified na parang tatay lang din na nanenermon iyan. They even added that the woman was also trying to save her ass kahit siya rin mismo ang may kasalanan why their marriage has been screwed up. Sometimes we need to give our fathers, husbands and boyfriends the credit why they are being uptight on us. Iisa lang din ang likaw ng bituka ng mga lalaki and alam ng lalaki ang animal instinct ng kapwa lalaki.
To be honest, let’s give Titosen credit where it is due. As a matter of fact, men have really strong animal instincts towards their own kind. Trust me, if you do have a decent male relative who really loves you, then you have to consider their advice, whether or not they’re solicited. Also, if some random guy invites you to have a drinking session, make sure he won’t tell you, “Tagay!” #RealTalk: If you get drunk, something bad will really happen to you, unless you have a great amount of self-control.
Unpopular Opinion #1: Women who steal boyfriends (esp. those who grew up without a father figure) really need a reputedly “misogynist” father figure
It’s not to degrade women, honestly speaking. I’d rather trust someone who has a loud mouth like Donald Trump, but is concerned about women’s safety. Also, I don’t believe that Titosen is the “true enemy of women.” If he really is an enemy of women, matagal na sana siyang hiwalay kay Ka Helen. In fact, I’d trust Titosen more, compared to that one friend who is wagas when he talks about feminism and women empowerment, but does not even walk the talk at all—idagdag niyo pa siguro iyung tendency nila na maging Michael Sonmore.
Hence, this statement.
The same people who hate Titosen for his “na-ano” statement, and of course the rape scandal that remained an urban legend are usually the ones who idolize female celebrities who steal boyfriends. See the irony?
Remember, these boyfriend-stealers are usually fatherless, because their mothers received the cold treatment in return, which brings us to…
Unpopular Opinion #2: Calling someone “na-ano” is not something I approve, but there are some women who needed to be called out for their decadent behavior
Oh yes, my response to Senyor K. This is where things get more intense when you tell a single mother that in the street language, it is “na-ano.”
Granted, it is really offensive. Derogatory. Pejorative. Vulgar. All of these things. And I DO agree with that.
However, if Titosen would rather tell the “na-ano” statement to Mandy Teefy (Selena Gomez’s mother), or Miho Nishida, it will make more sense. Speaking of the “na-ano” statement, it can only be forgiven if you say that to a teen mom who adheres to a decadent lifestyle. Kaya siguro naghiwalay magulang ni Selena is because of her mother’s rather, decadent lifestyle. Now look at Selena Gomez—using The Weeknd to bring back Justin Bieber into her life (poor JB!). Also, have you observed, Selena allows herself to be the “rebound” of her friends’s exes? I hate to say this, but dating a friend’s ex not only once, but multiple times by picking up their leftovers is similar to eating pagpag every breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Henceforth, Mandy Teefy deserves to be called, “na-ano.”
Miho Nishida? Well well well… to quote QueenRoxy:
I do not belittle single-parents and as much as I want to appreciate na nanindigan siya para sa anak niya at magtaguyod, in the first place, hindi na niya inuna pagbabarkada, pagtotoma at paghihitad. I know, normal sa teenager na ganun, but I used to be a teenager just like her. Ang sakit para sa akin na nasa-slutshame ako ng nanay ko when I was being suspected na naglalandi. Nakaka-trauma ‘yung tinatakot-takot ka about the possibilities after pregnancy, and that includeda getting kicked-out of the house. My mom might have employed wrong parenting methods, but kahit palihim ako naglumandi, I knew how to be careful —- not getting STDs/HIV, not getting pregnant out of wedlock, nakatapos ng pag-aaral despite my ‘inner crisis’ and kahit waldas ako at hindi makaipon, may trabaho ako at kahit hindi kalakihan ang sahod, hindi ko kinailangan mag-artista para lang mabuhay kasi kahit malaki kikitain mo, the thing is, hindi pang-forever na trabaho ang pag-aartista eh.
In fact, Miho Nishida also deserves to be called, “na-ano.”
Lastly, Andi Eigenmann. This is where things get complicated: She claimed that Albie Casiño is the father of her child, but the father turned out to be Jake Ejercito. Therefore, the worst thing should be called upon her: “Nagpa-ano.”
To the virtue-signalling feminist SJWs who will read this post
Trigger warning: You’ve got warned!
I would say, if you’re a woman, you cannot do wrong? Wow, enough of your self-entitlement! I bet, you’re the same people who tolerate women who demand chivalry for men, esp. those when offering seats on the train, or on a bus! It only means, you have to go somewhere else, NOT on this blog.
After all, teenage pregnancy, stealing boyfriends, and observing a decadent lifestyle will re-instate traditional misogyny towards people like you, and expect being called, “Ka-babae mong tao, ah!”
And nope, it’s not sexist.
STAY TUNED: Collab post with senyorkomikado and mspanythinginrandom re: elitists and virtue-signalling