Our Mission. Our Vision

OUR MISSION is to protect and promote human rights and access to justice of LGBTs. To raise awareness and sensitize Philippine society about LGBT issues and concerns. To address health issues and concerns of LGBTs. To initiate economic and social support projects for LGBTs, especially those marginalized. OUR SOCIETAL VISION is a society free from gender and sexuality-based oppression, prejudice, discrimination and stereotyping. OUR ORGANIZATIONAL VISION, Ladlad Partylist is an inclusive, sustainable, and responsive national LGBT organization that endeavors to consolidate, empower, strengthen and represent the LGBT community.

Monday, July 30, 2012


The 1st PLUs-CDO and Ladlad Partylist Regional LGBT Conference to be initiated and organized by People Like Us-Cagayan de Oro and Ladlad Party List Cagayan De Oro on September 1-2, 2012.

Mabuhay ang Ladlad CDO, PLUs-CDO and all LGBT Filipinos working hard to make a difference.

Monday, July 23, 2012


Ladlad Partylist supported the 2nd Pride March celebration at the University of the Philippines Los Banos organized by the UPLB Baybaylan last July 19, 2012.
This year's theme "Coming Out for Equality" was a huge success. Ladlad Laguna members headed by our coordinator Mr. Kearse Allen were among the early birds who trooped at the university. Ladlad Board of Trustees Rev. Ceejay Agbayani and Mr. Adel Macaldo, the ever active, Teacher Xavvy Lobos, Mac Mac Sanchez were also at the pride march to show thier love and unity.
(Photos by Xavvy Lobos)

Monday, July 16, 2012


05 June 2012
Payatas C Elementary School

Lingkod Ladlad with Mr. Boy Abunda for the Grade 1 pupils of Payatas C Elementary School initiated by 1st Congressional Nominee and 'Sinta ng Pilipinong LGBT' Ms. Bemz Benedito and Board of Trustee Mr. Adelr Macaldo.

LGBTs little way of helping underprivileged kids to study hard and appreciate the value of education.

 Thank you to Principal Benjamin G. Caling, Teachers of Payatas C Eelementary School, Von Ryan V. Rondilla and Felicidad Sales Corpuz.

(Photos by Gary D. Esmeralda)

Friday, July 13, 2012


Ladlad Partylist was invited to the FORUM ON GENDER by the University of the Philippines Diliman, National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG) and the University Student Council.

Prof. Danton Remoto, Ladlad Chairperson and 2nd Congressional nominee was tasked to present on the political participation of LGBT Filipinos.

Also present during the forum: Ladlad Partylist 1st Congressional nominee and "Sinta ng Pilipinong LGBT" Ms. Bemz Benedito, Board of Trustee Mr. Dex Macaldo. 

(Photo by Mr. Gary Esmeralda)

Wednesday, July 11, 2012


Paalam sa iyo Mang Dolphy, tunay na hari ng komedya. 

Salamat sa pagbibigay representasyon at mukha ng mga Pilipinong bakla at transgender sa inyong mga pelikula. Inukit ninyo sa lipunan na ang mga tulad namin ay mapagmahal sa kapwa at pamilya. 

Hindi po namin kayo makakalimutan lalo na ang inyong pagganap sa Ang Tatay Kong Nanay at Markova: The Comfort Gay.

Mapayapang paglalakabay sa dako pa roon.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012


Tulungan po ninyo ako at ang partidong Ladlad Partylist na patuloy na lingapin, akayin at tulungan ang ating mga kapatid sa Home for the Golden Gays of Pasay. Ito na po ay naging personal na rin nating krusada para sa isang pangkalahatan at pangmatagalan na pa-agapay.

Taos-pusong pasasalamat Ginoong Boy Abunda, Bb. Divine Lee, Ginang Joanne Carmel Zapanta-Andrada at Ginang. Dawn Zulueta-Lagdameo sa pagsama ninyo sa akin sa misyon na ito. Nagpapatuloy po tayo sa ating hangarin na mabuti.

Bb. Bemz D. Benedito

1st Congressional Nominee

Monday, July 2, 2012


By Pol Cabalfin

Ladlad Negros is still alarmed as two members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community have been killed in the month of June. 

The two recent victims, one from Silay and the other from Victorias, suffered from more than 20 stab wounds each. On top of this, two cases were also reported for the month of May.

The successive killings of the LGBT members should be treated seriously . We are calling the attention of the local police to further investigate these untimely deaths. We also urge our local government officials to work with the local LGBT groups and associations to fight this grisly trend of murders of LGBTs.

The local governments of Bacolod, Victorias and other cities and municipalities of Negros island must enact legislations against discrimination, bullying and homophobia as these all lead to hate crimes.

The killings here in Negros are just part of the greater whole. In the entire Philippines, around 20 reported LGBT killings have been recorded by the Pink Watch this year, with most of the victims suffering from fatal stab wounds.

At the close of the Pride Month (June), still no justice was given to most of the murdered victims. We demand that justice be brought to these deaths.

We in Ladlad strongly condemn all LGBT killings here in Negros and in the whole country. Like everybody else who have rights, we demand that ours be respected and looked after.
End Discrimination. Stop Hate. Stop LGBT Killings. Forward Equality. Spread Love.

(Photo from  http://thephilippines.ph/philippine-culture/hate-crimes/)