Vice Ganda, kinu-consider na "non-binary" ang kanyang kasarian

Vice Ganda, kinu-consider na "non-binary" ang kanyang kasarian

- Vice Ganda has previously revealed that he is fine whether he's called a he or a she

- Putting it in its proper perspective, the comedian considers himself as "non-binary"

- He said that he does not get offended whether he is called by others as "ma'am" or "sir"

- The comedian also mentioned that it was just him because there are those who are definite when it comes to what pronoun to use

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Vice Ganda, in Bandera's report, stated that he considers himself as "non-binary."

Vice Ganda
Photo: Vice Ganda (@praybeytbenjamin)
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The comedian mentioned this in a previous episode in Showtime, as per the report.

Vice stated that he does not get offended whether he is called as a "maám" or "sir."

He also said that he does not really mind or is not that particular when it comes to the pronoun to be used for him when writing articles about him.

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"Ako, kahit ano. Kapag tinawag mo akong ‘ma’am,’ hindi ako mao-offend. Kapag tinawag mo akong ‘sir,’ hindi rin ako mao-offend. Hindi ko niri-recognize ang sarili ko… either. Non-binary ang gender ko," he said.

He shared that he always gets asked by writers about how he should be referred to and he is always consistent about it, saying that he or she will work for him.

"Ako, personally, sasabihin ko, I don’t really mind. Kung ano pong gusto niyo. Hindi ako mao-offend kung gamitan niyo ako ng ‘he’ or ‘she,’" Vice stated.

He clarified though that there may be others who are very particular when it comes to the pronoun that they want to be used when referring to them.

Vice has always been very frank and would have no qualms telling people what he feels, just like when he told Jhong in Showtime, "pangit mong ka-bonding," ABS-CBN reported.

In another episode of Showtime, Vice also made Regine Velasquez and Chie Filomeno cry because of his family story, Abante reported.

Vice Ganda is a famous comedian, actor, endorser, and host in the Philippines. He is best known for hosting “It’s Showtime” and for his commercially successful movies in the MMFF. The superstar is currently in a relationship with Ion Perez. Vice Ganda and Ion got their Certificate of Commitment in a special ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada on Oct. 19, 2021.

Vhong’s much-awaited “It’s Showtime” comeback was discussed by Cristy Fermin recently. It can be recalled that Vhong finally returned to the noontime show of ABS-CBN. In the latest episode of “Cristy Ferminute,” the showbiz columnist said there are ones commenting that Vice Ganda seemed like stealing Vhong's moment. Cristy then shared her honest thoughts on the said remark about Vice Ganda.

Vice also recently shared his experience after buying a meal from a well-known fast-food chain. It turns out that the rice meal with fried chicken that he bought didn't have gravy. The Unkabogable Star even made a relatable video on TikTok about the matter. Furthermore, the video he uploaded has gone viral and also elicited reactions from netizens.

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