Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte thought he might have been queer

Philippine presidential front-runner candidate Rodrigo Duterte states his political platform during a campaign in Manila on April 23, 2016. Trash-talking Philippine presidential favourite Duterte has warned he is prepared to cut diplomatic ties with the United States and Australia after their envoys criticised his comments about the jailhouse rape of a missionary. / AFP / NOEL CELIS (Photo credit should read NOEL CELIS/AFP/Getty Images)

Shortly after expressing support for same-sex marriage for the first time, the President of the Philippines has said he had doubts about his own sexuality or gender identity when he was growing up. He also said he thought he might have had fun both ways (with both genders), but it has never happened. He also insisted that he is against discrimination in any shape and he supports people of all sexualities and gender identities. “Why impose a morality that is no longer working and almost passé. It’s leftover rice,” Duterte continued. Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday announced plans for the commission as he spoke at the 7th LGBT year-end gathering at Azuela Cove and asking the LGBT community to put forward their most responsible representatives. Also speaking at the event, Dueterte said he sees no problem in men marrying men and the law will be changed with time.


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