So just few weeks ago while browsing my Facebook feed searching for something worth writing, I couldn’t help but notice the reports about how our current Philippine government is giving focus on stopping drug trafficking in our country, and as a citizen I think that is great!
What can illegal drugs (like cocaine and meth) could give us anyway?
As a woman, does these could make us more beautiful?
Does illegal drugs will makes women more popular, and hotter?
Or does illegal drugs will make us women wiser, smarter or richer? Okay richer, I guess!
Or women turn to these substance just to get away of something? Or anything.
As of the record, according to our country’s President, there are roughly 4 Million drug addicts (both men and women, in various status) spreading all throughout the country. Some have already surrendered to the authorities (thank God!) and some have already undergoing for rehabilitation.
I don’t understand why our women will engage to these substances, were they already have knowledge that it is illegal. I don’t know but, many these women are testing the chances that they could get away with crime?
Why I’m just talking about women, and not including men?
In my post, I will talk about women as because of the very obvious reason that this is a women’s website. But I believe that gender is not an excuse to make something illegal. You are a human with brains, so better use it.
No matter what their reasons are, still illegal drugs are not good and it gives a huge harm to everybody.
Seeing orange might make us look fresh and hungry, but not so glamorous when you wear it behind bars. Just to show you that Orange aren’t not glamorous, here are some of women who recently got caught carrying illegal drugs.
Filipino women who just recently caught trafficking illegal drugs, and they are known Filipino celebrities and models. Look how drugs changed their appearances.
Drugs does really made these women FUGLY! There is nothing glamorous on dealing and taking illegal drugs.
Another woman from Brazil who was caught this month of October 2016 in NAIA carrying 6.2 kilograms of cocaine from her check-in bag. She’s from Sao Paolo, Brazil and bound to Manila from Dubai.
Hey ladies and gents, as much as we appreciate you visiting our country and loving it, and you want to like Queens and Kings here because living expenses are so cheap, we don’t tolerate you bringing-in drugs. It’s not glamorous at all and it’s so tacky.
There is nothing glamorous behind bars, so don’t fantasize being the stars of Orange is the New Black. They are all airbrushed and have professional makeup artists, but the reality of life behind bars have NONE.
Truth hurts indeed.
But there is still chance to change your life IF YOU REALLY WANT TO CHANGE IT!
Reach out and ask for help. Don’t be afraid to confide with your family and be honest. Surrender yourself to the authorities and be open for the changes. Admitting your fault is hard, but this will help you to change, learn from your own faults, serve your time, and move on.
This website is not just sharing the glitz and glam, or our hauls and swags - but also cares for women around the world.
We want our women to be happy and always beautiful inside and out. So if you have sisters and friends who needs help – don’t hesitate to lend a hand.