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Ruby Rodriguez deals with Anjo Yllana’s sex addiction in Ilaban Natin ‘Yan

Viewers were glued to their small screen last week as Ed Caluag faced his bashers in Ilaban Natin ‘Yan. The episode, which saw Buboy Villar portraying the paranormal expert, earned an overnight people rating of 6.6 percent in the National Urban Television Audience Measurement (overnight data), beating its counterpart show which only managed 6.1 percent.

Ruby Rodriguez and Anjo Yllana in 'Ilaban Natin Yan'
Tomorrow (April 4), 'Eat Bulaga' Dabarkads Ruby Rodriguez and Anjo Yllana banner the episode entitled “Hayok” where they bring to life the story of married couple Karen and Christopher.

According to Karen, Christopher has a sex addiction and he hits her every time she refuses to make love with him. But Christopher insists that Karen refuses sleeping with him because she is having an affair with another man.

In an interview, the two Kapuso actors shared their thoughts on marriage and sex.  According to Anjo, while mating is part of married life, there should still be boundaries. “Kapag ayaw ng asawa, para sa akin, kailangan ipaliwanag lang niya nang maayos o klaro na makikipagtalik din siya at magbibigay siya ng panahon o petsa. Kunwari, next week or end of the month o next month na lang. Nang sa ganun, hindi iisipin na asawa na ayaw na niya makipagtalik.”

For Ruby, there should always be respect. “Making love is never an obligation kaya nga making love ang tawag. Abuso na ‘yon ‘pag may pananakit. Wala nang respeto (kapag ganun).”

Catch Ruby and Anjo in “Hayok” episode of Ilaban Natin ‘Yan hosted by Ate ng Bayan Vicky Morales, this Saturday (April 4), after Tadhana on GMA-7.

Topics: Ilaban Natin Yan
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