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With a population of about 100 million, we are the 7th-most populated country in Asia and the 12th most populated country in the world (with an additional 12 million of Filipinos who live and work overseas — these workers are commonly called ‘OFWs‘ or Overseas Filipino Workers).
For the record, we’re called Filipinos — NOT ‘Philipinos’. We also call ourselves Pinoys which you should pronounce as P-noy (with a short ‘P’) and not ‘Pee-noy’.
I’ve met and seen a lot of white people who become too arrogant after knowing this fact, but please don’t be one of those people because we do NOT worship just about every white individual — a large portion of the population just simply : This favoritism can also be observed with Filipinos’ intense desire for whiter skin.
You will even notice that most of our celebrities have mixed native Filipino and white ancestry, or have fair white skin.
There are approximately 180 languages and dialects in the Philippines but there are two official languages: English and Filipino (standardized version of Tagalog).
This means that the country is very tourist-friendly — well, provided that you, as a tourist, knows how to speak English.
Given these facts, it’s no news that our church (or our faith — since as you can see, most Filipinos are Catholics) has an EXTREME influence not only in the political scene but even in the social and personal lives of everyone.
I guess the only irony about this is that even if we are fiercely religious, the majority have no problems with gays or transexuals in the country — which we have a LOT of.
Certainly, being ‘pro-gay’ hints that we are also progressive and I find this as a good thing, but of course there are still people who look down on it or could not tolerate it.
We are a secular state but Christianity is the dominant faith.
As of 2011, about 80% of the population are Catholics (with Islam as the 2nd largest) and we are also the 3rd largest Catholic country in the world in terms of numbers.