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'Please stop it': Miles Ocampo urges men to stop saying sexually offensive words

Miles Ocampo wants to let everyone know that there is no more room for any form of catcalling.

BY PUSH TEAM

FRESH SCOOPS

11/18/2018 9:42 AM
'Please stop it': Miles Ocampo urges men to stop saying sexually offensive words


Photo credit to: @milesocampo IG

Miles Ocampo aired on Twitter her sentiments on catcalling or saying things that are sexually offensive to women.

Sharing lines from what appeared to be her a personal experience, she wrote on Twitter: “Hi baby," she wrote. She then added: "Excuse me, kuya. Hindi mo ako anak.”

Miles then continued with her tweet by asking her fellow women to stand up for themselves whenever they experience any forms of catcalling from men. 

"Dear girls, I feel you. I really hate it. Kapag sinagot mo naman sila, biglang tumutupi. Haaay! Di tayo pwedeng maging nice all the time eh. Paramdam natin na mali yung ginagawa nila," she said.

Wanting to send her message across to men, the 21-year-old actress concluded: "Dear kuyas, please stop it."

 

 

Miles recently appeared in an episode of the legal drama anthology Ipaglaban Mo where she played the role of Rina, a teenage girl who was raped by her own uncle.