Isa si Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach sa mga celebrity na nagbigay ng reaksiyon sa ulat na hindi maisusulong ang Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Expression Equality o SOGIE bill, same-sex marriage, at divorce bill, ayon sa paliwanag ni Department of Justice o DOJ Secretary Crispin Remulla, dahil taliwas ito sa paninimulang panrelihiyon, bilang ang Pilipinas ay isang Katolikong bansa.

Ibinahagi ni Pia sa kaniyang IG story ang screengrab mula sa isang ulat ng pahayagan tungkol dito at nilagyan ng caption.

"Waking up to this.. Are we going backwards as a nation?" aniya.

"The SOGIE bill has been a topic of discussion whenever I'm with my LGBTQIA+ friends and I've learned so much more about it over the years."

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"To be clear, it's not about taking away any rights from straight people, and it's not giving ‘special rights’ to the LGBTQIA+ community either."

"It's about EQUALITY. Yung pantay-pantay tayong lahat. So that our rights, safety, and well-being are protected. WE ALL NEED THIS. Kahit ikaw na straight makikinabang ka dito. Please if you haven't, a quick google search will tell you what the SOGIE bill is all about."

"Even divorce, same gender marriage, and safe abortions were rejected. Of the many recommendations that passed, why are these being excluded? Why does it seem like we use the religion card only when its convenient?” pahayag pa ng beauty queen-actress.

Screengrab mula sa IG ni Pia Wurtzbach