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Sep. 07, 19 | 12:15 pm

Sotto versus Vice Ganda over "a man can never be woman" remark

Senate President Tito Sotto has remained unfazed after TV host Vice Ganda called him out over his “a man can never be woman” remark.

“When people resort to personal attacks, it means they have lost the debate,” Sotto said on Instagram.

Vice called out Sotto on Thursday night, saying the lawmaker cannot limit the definition of what makes a real woman.

“Joke po ba ito Hon. Senate President Tito Sotto ??? Sinasabi nyo po ba na naniniwala kayo na ang pagiging BABAE ay nasusukat lamang sa pagkakaroon ng obaryo o matris at sa kakayahan lang na mabuntis o magka-anak?,” Vice said.

For the ‘Unkabogable Star’ womanhood should not be limited to a person’s capacity to bear a child.

“Paumanhin po HON. SENATE PRESIDENT Sotto. Pero i believe this statement is just not fair. There are people who pretend to be FEMINISTS to hide their being MISOGYNISTS,” Vice said.

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