People always say that you should respect the opinion of others. I disagree. You do not respect a bigoted opinion, especially one that is liable to influence hordes of unthinking masses. You correct it. You do not tolerate it, you do not make it sound funny.
Vice Ganda: Kung ako po naging anak nyo, okay lang po sa inyo? (06.22 mark) (If I were your child, would you be fine with it?)
Mon Tulfo: D ko alam. (Shakes his head) (I don't know.)
Vice Ganda: Ay ano un? Bakit may ganun po kayo, Sir Mon? (What is it? Why?)
Mon Tulfo: Kasi palagi kitang kakastiguhin* (Because I will always castigate you.)
Vice Ganda: Bakit po? (Why?)
Mon Tulfo: E bakla ka e. (Because you're gay.)
Vice Ganda: Ang simple lang ng sagot no. E bakla ka e. Hindi po ako bakla, ano po ba kayo.
Mon Tulfo: Bading ka?
Vice Ganda: Hindi po. Adik po ako, trip ko lang to. Minsan tomboy ako depende sa kinuha ko. Nakakatuwa talaga si Sir Mon.
Kakastiguhin means to castigate [kas-ti-geyt].
2. to punish in order to correct.
3. to inflict severe punishment on.
And while the studio audience and most people on twitter thought this was hilarious, a gay boy earlier this year was castigated by his father because he is gay. He probably shared Tulfo's thinking that being gay is wrong and must be severely punished.