- Dec. 17, 2019
-- The Philippines is a country where Same-Sex marriage is neither illegal nor encouraged as per the law of the country; however, the people are more accepting towards the LGBTQ community. In a recent survey done by a private magazine 3 out of 4 Filipinos were happy and fine with LGBTQ community and same-sex marriage. Some of them wanted the government to allow Same-sex marriage to be legal within the constitution of the country. The Philippines is one of the more liberal and culturally vibrant southeast Asian countries full of nightlife places, delicious food and friendly people.
Philippines' nightlife is absolutely lit to say the least, the pubs and bars are as good as anywhere in the world. One of the unique bars in the Philippines is the Mixed Nuts Bar in Makati.
As the name suggests, it's a Ladyboy bar where we find significant numbers of LGBTQ Community coming to chill and enjoy the bar dance and drinks. The Makati Ladyboys
visit the bar more frequently than anyone and they're truly the focal point of the bar. When you enter the bar, you will see the extravagant environment inside of it.What Can You Expect at Mixed Nuts Bar?
You can expect so much fun, fancy wine & cocktail, dance and great people around. Makati Ladyboys
, Transgender and Homosexual people are often don't receive great receptions from the rest of the society, but I see these people being so nice and friendly with others. If you are someone who sees them exactly like yourself, you can find them so friendly and loving.
At Mixed Nuts Bar you can expect great music, mostly rock music and sometimes some smooth jazz version of the music too. The lightings, Dance and atmosphere,are always so high from the first minute to the last part of the morning it remains the same. You can expect a good lounge with great reception and wide wine collection at Mixed Nuts Bar. The people,especially the people, come from the LGBTQ community, are the silver lining in the story. They are friendly they enjoy being themselves and they can really inspire you to live a life you want to live. Despite so many odds, they are fighting for their rights and fighting for a life they deserve to live. There is so much to learn from these people for how they see life and for having the courage to express their version of existence.