prejudice.

British Dictionary definitions for prejudiceExpand

prejudice

/ˈprɛdʒʊdɪs/
noun

1.

an opinion formed beforehand, esp an unfavorable one based on inadequate facts

now that 50 Shades of Grey movie is being shown in cinemas not just in the Philippines, but also in other parts of the world, my facebook feed has been flooded again. liberated, pakawala, malandi, and all those adjectives would once again come into the minds of those close-minded people. in our modern world, being sexually active and if someone is open about their sexuality and other things pertaining to sex is no longer a no-no.

when i started reading the said book by E.L James, my boyfriend then keep on saying I’m a pervert. He said I’m a sex addict.. and that I’m no longer the person he used to know.
really?! Just because of a book?!
well.. mukhang kinain mo mga sinabi mo ah.. eventually, as i’ve mentioned in my previous posts.. I’ve learnt that he is a cheater. a womanizer. he said he had too many girls at his beck and call, since we’ve started dating. and the fact that I’ve seen bras and panties inside MY drawer… and those aren’t mine coz i don’t use undergarments with loose straps and garters (bacon), who’s laughing now?!
sinong malandi?! sinong pervert?! sinong sex addict?!
go ask yourself.
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