Photo courtesy of Regina Abuyuan Regina Abuyuan is a Manila-based journalist, handling the Business Agenda section of Manila Bulletin and Seafarer Asia Magazine of Extraordinary Maritime Publishing.
She is also managing partner of Center for Blended Learning, and helps run a pub called Fred's Revolucion.
These are real moms we can all learn from, whether we are with husband or without, whether we are young or old.
Here are some of their best kept secrets, which they are sharing with all of us today on Mother’s Day, so these may help us through rough patches the way these life lessons have helped them weather many storms: Regina Abuyuan Regina Abuyuan with her children and fiance Derek Soriano.
PS: “Illegitimate children”, is not my term, it is a legal term defined in Philippines law for the children born out of wedlock.
but are they worth doing for a couple times and are they an easy laid what does everyone thing and why is there so many do they not use birth control? Well, I think their religion has a huge impact on why the don't use it.
I know that at least for Roman Catholics (one of the major Catholic religions), it is banned by the Chruch, thus they don't use them.
Here is the data from Philippines commission on Women (PCW) Seems almost 50% children born every year in Philippines are illegitimate, born from single mothers, out of wed lock and out of live-in relationships, likely from f**-for-fun unwanted pregnancies, including underage couples and pedophilia.
Philippines Catholicism-based law prohibits use of contraceptive, abortion and divorce. In terms of attitude toward pre-marital sex, 71% Philippines are against it (source: global survey ), but 53% children are illegitimate.