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Well, okay, you’re not going to get hitched there any time soon and discrimination laws are still far off, but for Asian standards, the Philippines pretty much out-pink-ed all other countries we visited during our travels in Asia.
After all, LGBTs are humans too and physical spaces shouldn't wall us in.
We wanted to be proud of what we are and who we are. There are no restaurants currently catering to that need, so it's a necessity for us." Their tagline is "Come Out, We're Open." Fred's Revolucion Fred's Revolucion, a laidback drinking bar, is one of the establishments that signed up for the Safe Space Campaign launched at Cubao Expo in 2013.
Along with other bars and restaurants in the area, Fred's promotes a safe environment for LGBT people.
[closed as of January 15, 2017] Opened in 2015, this restaurant prides itself on being an LGBT-safe space.
In a previous interview with SPOT, co-owner Tina Agel-Romero explained, "It's not that we're playing it up.