Sexy performer Mocha Uson and a group of pro-RH tricycle drivers outside the Congress, show support of the controversial house bill.
Uson, together with 400 tricycle drivers went to the Congress’ South Wing Gate and staged a short program.
Then, the group tied purple ribbons, the symbol of support for the Reproductive Health bill, at the Congress’ gates and handed out condoms to employees and other people who are living in the area.
Earlier on that day, Uson posted on her Twitter account, Here at Congress, she’s excired.
Uson wore a black off-shoulder Pro-RH shirt and a baller band with the text ‘I love sex education Mocha Girls pro-RH’ to the rally-reportedly believes that kids should be taught sex education early on.
To drive the point home, the Mocha Girls leader mentioned her blog wherein she claimed she gets questions about sex from young readers.
Uson reasoned that this shouldn’t be the case if parents’ guidance about sex to their children had indeed been enough.
She added that lawmakers should consider the importance of the RH bill and not just focus on its proposal to implement sex education.
Uson called for Manny Pacquiao, a critic of the RH bill, to listen to the pleas of the less-fortunate who will benefit most from the bill if passed.
Rep. Marc Cagas, met Uson and thanked her for supporting the RH bill. Cagas initially pretended to be a part of media and interviewed Uson about the bill.