Liberated Pinoys, Year of the Tiger, and the Aguman Sandok Festival on ‘Kapuso Mo, Jessica Sojo’

This Saturday, Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho talks about sex, year 2010, and the Aguman Sandok Festival.

Broadcast journalist Jessica Soho discusses how liberated Pinoys have become more adventurous. In fact, the average age of people that are active in pre-marital sex are getting younger. More couples are also exploring new avenues for pleasure. Are these signs that Filipinos are being more liberated when it comes to sex?

Meanwhile, 2010 is definitely the year of the Tiger — and despite tigers’ ferocious reputation, there are people who still raise them as… pets?! For those who want to have “close encounters with the wild kind”… a trip to Zoobic Safari should do the trick! Experience the unique power of the tiger through charms that are believed to bring good luck in business, health, and even love!

KMJS also meets the residents of Minalin, Pampanga, who have a unique way of ushering the New Year. At this time, men go to the streets dressed as women in the annual “Aguman Sandok Festival”. The name stands for the collection of “sandok” or ladle, a known symbol of femininity. And for its 77th year, the celebration gets bigger and better as participants show off their costumes on floats!

These stories air over Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho on Saturday, January 9 after Bitoy’s Showwwtime.

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