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It's a Mens World Unang Nagka Mens Ang Kapatid Kong Si Colay Kesa Sa Akin Ten Years Old Siya Noon At Ako, Magtu Twelve Sabi Ng Mga Pinsan Ko, Nauna Raw Si Colay Kasi Mas Mataba Siya At Mas Aktibo Sa Paggalaw Galaw Kesa Sa AkinNaging Sentro Ng Atensiyon Si Colay Noong Araw Na Reglahin Siya Lahat Kami, Nasa Labas Ng Kubeta, Naghihintay Sa Paglabas Ng Bagong Dalaga Pagbukas Ng Pinto, Itong Stepmother Ko, Biglang Pumasok Hinanap Niya Ang Panty Ni Colay Sa Loob Ng Kubeta Gulat Na Gulat Si Colay Siyempre Bakit Tanong Niya Sa Stepmother NaminLabhan Mo Tubig Lang Wag Kang Gagamit Ng Sabon Kusot Kusot Lang Tapos Ipunas Mo Sa Mukha Mo Yang Panty Tapos Sabihin Mo, Sana Maging Singkinis Ng Perlas Ang Mukha Ko Ulit Ulitin Mo Habang Ipinupunas Mo Sa Mukha Mo Ang Panty


10 thoughts on “It's a Mens World

  1. says:

    It s a Mens World is really the right title for this book Your eyes are not cheating you The author did not commit a big grammar blunder It is not only catchy so you will be intrigued and it will be enough for you to pick a copy up when you see one Mens means menstruation and only women, during their childbearing years, get to menstruate So in effect, the


  2. says:

    Disclaimer I was tasked to judge 3 books for the Essay Category for the 1st Filipino Reader s Choice Award and here s my short review of the winner, It s a Mens World by Bebang Siy I m so glad I bought a hardcopy of It s a Mens World by Bebang Siy Such a wonderful and refreshing read The author s informal use of the language, seamlessly inserting Taglish terms here a


  3. says:

    Imagine if men had mens no, not men having culturally diverse men , and then on your first period cue celebratory fireworks some adult would step in and tell you to wipe your bloody underwear all over your face really, you have to wash it first but since you don t wash it with soap, well, don t get me started why the absence of micelles would freak me out in pursuit of a porce


  4. says:

    I only now realized that this Bebang Siy is the same Beverly Siy with Sir Ronald I met during a writing workshop around early last year with CYWA in Cavite Funny lang I think hindi pa published tong book All I know, she s one of the editors of Monster Press.Awesome lang hehe Review to follow nalang


  5. says:

    No it s not a typo It s really a world of mens A collection of essays, this book tackles the life of Miss Bebang as she grows up with her family, her struggles and challenges told in a humorous way I could really relate with this book as I was reading this I even made my sister and niece read it I highly recommend this to everyone.


  6. says:

    Bebang Siy s essays and poetry are oftentimes funny because she likes using humor to relate significant events in different stages of her life that otherwise would have turned shallow in the hands of another writer Prude readers would be shocked by her no holds barred use of vulgar Tagalog words but I find it quite fitting and effective because in the first place, she s telling her truth in a very personal


  7. says:

    Thank you for this One of the best Filipino books I ve read.


  8. says:

    Eto nga naman si Beverleh este si Bebang makulay mag kwento kasing kulay ng kanyang mga karanasana stranger yet someone so familiar to me she could be me in another life I laugh so hard, I got sad and I got mad para yata nagka bipolar ako sa pag basa ng buhay nya But this much is true I can honestly relate to so many things that happened in her life For me it was brave of her to published something about that is very personal


  9. says:

    For a while, this book was out of stock at Powerbooks I rely on this bookstore for local titles Fully Booked s Filipiana sections are quite disappointing I read a feature on Bebang Siy on The Philippine Star Or Philippine Daily Inquirer, one of those and immediately became intrigued If you think that the title is a big grammatical error, think of it this way Bebang Siy is a woman It s a mens world is short for Yup Unang nagka mens ang


  10. says:

    it was an easy read that was super familiar When I was reading it, I kept thinking about my own memories I also grew up in Manila, also ate in The Aristocrat, also played Langit Lupa and also been to Pangasinan several times It was funny and nostalgic but at the same time serious and contemplative I like this book, it brings back a lot of happy and sad memories Coelho once said Remembrance is for the old and I feel so old when I was reading it h


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