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Subic murder opens transgender world

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US SAILORS aboard the assault ship USS Peleliu docked in Subic Bay. The presence of US troops in the area, according to leftist groups, abets an underground prostitution industry thriving near the former US naval base.  LYN RILLON

Despite her sexual orientation and gender preference, Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude, 26, lived life no different from other people, said close friend and house mate, Alexis, who is also a transgender woman.

Posted: October 18th, 2014 in Latest Global Nation Stories | Read More »

US sub’s visit has Palace OK

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‘TOM CLANCY’S SUB’ The USS Cheyenne (SSN 773), a Los Angeles-class submarine, is scheduled to arrive in Subic Bay Friday for a routine port visit. This stop in Subic will permit the Cheyenne to replenish supplies as well as offer its crew an opportunity for rest and relaxation. Cheyenne is the primary subject of Tom Clancy’s novel “SNN,” a fictional war over the Spratlys. PHOTO FROM US EMBASSY INFORMATION OFFICE

The port visit of the USS Cheyenne, a nuclear attack submarine belonging to the US Pacific Fleet, has been cleared with Malacañang.

Posted: February 2nd, 2013 in Features,Latest Global Nation Stories,Philippines | Read More »

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