- Actress Julia Barretto shared her thoughts about girls confessing feelings to the person they love
- In her recent vlog “He Said | She Said” featuring her good friend Marco Gumabao, Julia said she thinks “it’s okay”
- Marco, on the other hand, maintained that he is more inclined to the traditional way wherein the guy does the first move
Now that it’s already 2021 and a lot of people have been letting go of certain traditions and br
eaking norms, is it really okay for women to confess their feelings to the person they love?
Well, actress Julia Barretto and her good friend, actor Marco Gumabao, have different thoughts on this.
In her recent YouTube vlog “He Said | She Said”, Julia shared her belief that it is okay for girls to let the guy know how they feel.
“I feel like it doesn’t matter who expresses first. I think it’s okay if a girl lets you know first how she feels, whether it’s reciprocated or not,” she said. “Walang problema if ‘yong babae, let’s say, ang unang mag-express ng feelings, whether or not reciprocated.”
“Like I told you, remember? There’s this one service na parang sabi roon ng pastor, it’s okay if the girl tells you she loves you first, like it doesn’t matter,” she continued; reminding Marco about what she learned from a pastor. “It made me realized a lot of things.”
The actress, however, emphasized that it is the role of the man to pursue the woman.
“But definitely, I believe that guys should be the one pursuing. At the same time, ako, I don’t mind if a girl makes the first move,” she noted.
Marco, on the other hand, maintained that he is more inclined towards the traditional way wherein the guy does the first move.
“Girls, okay lang naman to make the first move. Pero ako, personally, mas gusto ko siyempre ako iyong gumagawa ng first move. Wala lang, parang maka-traditional ako or old school ako in a way so pagdating sa panliligaw, gusto ko ako iyong gumagawa,” he said.
“Well, ako, sa akin, siyempre okay lang. Choosy pa ba ako kung girl gagawa ng first move sa akin? E ‘di siyempre, haba ng hair ko,” he laughed. “Siyempre, okay lang sa akin iyon. Pero for me, as a guy, it’s the more gentleman way. Siyempre, kayo iyong manligaw, kayo iyong gumawa ng first move…. I don’t know who made the rules na dapat guy ang gagawa ng first move, siguro roon lang tayo nasanay.”
Take a look at their expressions. He said, She said: