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Tired from his hospital duties, David was excited to escape from downtown and make friends with a foreigner. ” The one afternoon they spent together was comprehensively captured and captioned on David’s Facebook page.

After several drinks, a humanitarian asked his friend point-blank whether he liked guys or girls – a question Jericho was always too embarrassed to ask.

Put on the spot, his friend casually admitted to being gay, a non-event greeted by the foreigners with nonchalance.

However, aid workers interviewed for this article said there were grey areas, especially when it came to relationships with more well-to-do locals who are not the actual beneficiaries of aid – such as the middle-class-skewed demographic facilitated by Grindr in tech-savvy Tacloban.

“People are people, right, so while I understand why policies are in place, you can't stop people fancying each other, wherever they live,” says Richenda, a 28-year-old British evaluation officer active in the Haiyan response.

’ He just asked me how I was and whether I lost my home. I just wanted him.” Levi chuckles throughout our interview while narrating the novelty of his one-night stand – his first with a white man.

As he speaks, it becomes clear that this was the type of sex that was for the moment, and nothing more.

The absence of ceremony with made it an achievement twice over.

In order to prevent exploitation and abuse of power, humanitarian agencies have traditionally imposed strict guidelines on sexual relations between staff and beneficiaries, even between foreign and local employees.

Just as humanitarians have forever changed local politics and economy through their relief work, their presence in restaurants and bars has often caused extraordinary, if unintended, changes to social life.

While gay Tacloban has previously had leaders to give public visibility to issues of discrimination, such as the transgender councillor Jom Bagulaya, gay Taclobanons mention how spending time with foreign aid workers had led LGBT people to become more open and expressive in everyday life. So when I see them get drunk and guys kiss other guys and girls kiss other girls, I say to myself, ‘Cool!

Jericho’s stories suggest the laid-back vibe in these spaces makes being gay normal and unfussy.