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I just needed to make something pretty. One of a kind. Hand drawn, painted and stitched on white linen with vintage sparkles. #witchaday 19/31
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$32. She flies home to the first person to claim her. 🖤
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“Never forget what you are, for surely the world will not. Make it your strength. Then it can never be your weakness. Armour yourself in it, and it will never be used to hurt you” - Tyrion Lannister #GameOfThrones #GameOfThronesQuotes
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Here’s a reminder - You are a QUEEN.
Civil Partnership makes far more sense than marriage. We are a Christian nation, thus our marriages are based on Christianity. Civil Marriage is similar to Civil Partnership in that it is a secular union done namely for government recognition -- not spiritual recognition. Marriage in its traditional form is with the religious ceremony and so as to be recognised by God: God made Man in his image, thus a man and a woman coming together is completing his image and creating a stable environment in which to produce children -- which is fundamentally what all mammals are built for, whether you reject that or not.
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Homosexuals provide none of this and go against Church doctrine, so why should they be allowed to perverse the Faith and do so via a country's government: we are meant to be a secular nation, the government should have no hand in the Church.
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Thus Civil Partnership makes the most sense: they are tying themselves down respectably under the eyes of the law in a secular fashion. Why do they need Church bells ringing for that? Also, you don't see them imposing this on other religions, since many on this thread pointed how Christianity doesn't have a monopoly over marriage, which is true, but Christian marriage is Christian marriage, unless you are going to force Mosques and Synogoges to do the same, then there is no equality.
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We’ve seen so many actresses step forward with their stories of sexual abuse at the hands of Hollywood predators. We’ve also seen that some, if not most, of them haven’t named any names. Now before anyone gets mad at me, I understand why. When your abuser is in a position of power and influence, like these Hollywood freaks, speaking up can be difficult and scary. You risk being blackballed, sued, and not taken seriously especially if you wait 15-20 years to do it. Then there’s also the fear factor, especially when you’re young. When I was working my first job at the age of 16, two of my much older managers at the time frequently made sexually inappropriate comments and advances towards me. I was young, embarrassed, I never reported them to cooperate, I just dealt with it. Now that I’m older I regret not standing up for myself and I kick myself for it. Speaking out may not be practical, it may be scary, and it may not turn out the way you want it to but at least you can say that you tried. It just might spare another potential victim the pain and humiliation you faced. Although there will always be sick individuals out there, people like this, the ones we see in Hollywood, the ones that go after young children, need to be held accountable for their actions, they need to be called out. You can’t really expect anything to change otherwise. #SpeakUp

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