Currently residing in Manila, Liam Atienza is a student of BA International Studies in the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP). He enjoys writing poetry and prose and reading fictional and political narratives in his spare time. He hopes to be a drag artist and a foreign service officer/diplomat/International Relations scholar someday. For leads, you may email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in Twitter via @theliamatienza.
With the SOGIE Equality Bill reaching the headlines once again, PXXXT Writer Liam Atienza talks about the reasons why the passing of the bill is long overdue in protecting the rights of the people from the LGBTQIA+ Community.
With US Marine Class Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton's release, the death of Jennifer Laude was brought back to the conversation. In an initiative of Politixxx Today, five trans women were interviewed regarding their thoughts on the issue.
“I’m living proof that hard work pays off, and that even when you make mistakes, you can still be a winner,” the newly-crowned queen said upon holding the scepter and accepting her title as Canada’s first-ever Drag Superstar.