If you weren’t all up on our social media accounts (@scoutmagph on IG and Twitter by the way) you missed out on our best stories this week. Here they are again, just for you.
- “This Year’s Wonderfruit Festival In Photos“ — Scout art director Grace de Luna went to Thailand for this year’s Wonderfruit festival, which also featured Jess Connelly. Here’s how it turned out.
- “Baka Bukas Found Itself In The Center Of A Huge LGBT Cinema Debate” — Baka Bukas‘s marketing of being a breakthrough in lesbian representation got itself in hot water when it turned out that it didn’t really represent all lesbians in the Philippines, nor did it try to, sparking a huge debate on whether art could stand without a political message.
- “We’ve Got More Ideas For (Totally Fictional) Philippine Politicians Madam Secretary Should Fade“ — A lot of political stuff happened this week, this included. Why should CBS’s Madam Secretary stop at a fictional punch to the fictional face of our fictional Philippine president?
- “No Rome Is Flying To London To Get Signed To A Record Label“ — Scout friend and awesome R&B musician No Rome is finally getting his due, flying to London to further his music career on an international level. Congrats, Rome!
- “Twitter Welcomes Mocha Uson And The DDS With Hashtag Hijacking, NSFW Pics“ — The DDS have invaded Twitter in full force, and as predicted, they’re tripping all over themselves trying to bring the fight to anti-administration people.