uomo cerca uomo Napoli A 19-year-old sociology student of the University of the Philippines-Diliman has drawn the attention of commuters on Wednesday when she walked around with a cardboard sign with the words, “LAHAT TAYO POSIBLENG DRUG PUSHER.”
uomo cerca donna Roma Adrienne Onday wore the handmade sign on her way to De La Salle University (DLSU) in Taft Avenue, Manila where she was asked to talk on student activism.
uomo cerca uomo Catania Onday posted about her experience on Facebook and attracted over 2,000 shares and over 5,000 reactions.
Onday’s sign is a play of words based on the gruesome labels placed on the bodies of recent victims of suspected vigilante killings such as “Drug Pusher Ako, Wag Tularan.”
In an interview publish by GMA News Online on Thursday, Onday said the idea about the sign came from her friend, DLSU biology professor Hope Swann.
“I asked if I could do it, too, and she said yes and that I should encourage more people,” Onday said.
“I wore the sign as a protest against the extrajudicial and summary killings that have been rampant these past few days.”
Several people spoke online against Onday’s “stunt” in the comments section of her FB post, but offline, she said the response has been more positive.
“Actually ngayon lang nagsilabasan yung mga pro-whatever-is-happening. Ngayon lang yata umabot,” she said.
“It’s frustrating but the number of people who are supportive far outweigh those who are not, I think. I even got a guy near my house to exclaim that I was right.
Source: GMA News Online