As a kin-oriented nation, we Filipinos put a great deal of weight on how we put up a minor. This is the main cause why others are quick to judge the kid’s parents (especially mommies, like me) for every girl’s unbrushed or uncombed hair, for every mismatched pair of socks or for every tantrum thrown in public places. We witness these things as outsiders, and we automatically associate a child’s unfavorable appearance and demeanor as a point against their mommies and daddies.
As a believer of strong Filipino family ties, Tang knows that we are defined by what happens at home because #WeAreHomeMade. Further, Tang urges you to say #NoToParentJudging and challenges everyone to rise above any judgement.
Tang believes that we are defined by what happens at home. As parents, you do your best to form a home filled with love, warmth and freshness, and those will always matter more than any kind of judgment.
To push these points and provoke audiences nationwide, the campaign launched a video that will make you rethink your thoughts and judgment against others. Watch the video campaign:
Have you ever judged a parent? Have you been judged as a parent? Share your stories of #WeAreHomeMade and how we can say #NoToParentJudging.
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