The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has ordered ABS-CBN weekly variety show ASAP to undergo gender-sensitivity training on March 15 because of Anne Curtis’s controversial “rain scene” production number in its February 24 episode, PEP.ph reports.

In a number of posts on its official Twitter account, MTRCB said that it will be requiring ABS-CBN to “submit procedure for wardrobe decorum” by March 11, and that all networks should have “gender-sensitivity point persons” from now on.

ABS-CBNNews.com also reports that the board’s decision was welcomed by the network’s management.

Bong Osorio, ABS-CBN’s head of Corporate Communications, thanked MTRCB for listening to their side and promised that they “will continue to cooperate with the MTRCB and ensure that its programs will be in accordance with the gender sensitivity guidelines of the board.”

For her part, Anne also said that she will be more careful about the outfits she wears on her shows.“I guess I just have to avoid wearing stuff like that on TV shows. We all learned our lessons but the good thing is at least I was able to prove that it was a tangga,” she was quoted by Push.com.ph as saying.

Anne also said she understands MTRCB’s decision to conduct as investigation. “It's always good to know that the MTRCB is on their toes. I give them respect if there's any problem,” she added.

(Screencap via YouTube)

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