1 ) March for Choice, Saturday, 2pm @ The Garden of Remembrance
It’s time to whip out my Repeal t-shirt again ❤️ Hopefully this will be the last year it’ll need to be worn. This Saturday, myself and theThe Hunreal Issues will be in Panti Bar (from 11:30am) welcoming all y’all for some mingling, pep talk, prosecco (I mean, why not?) and there’ll even be a stunning photobooth to get some glam pics to share on social meejah. Then we’ll march for a woman’s right to choose to be pregnant or not. Seems like a pretty basic human right (coz it is) - but Ireland, bizarrely, has chosen to ignore that right. Well, we’re gonna change that. There are a million, indisputable reasons to be pro-choice, but I’ve genuinely yet to meet a single reason to be anti-choice (I’ve only seen misinformation, red herrings and a sadistic desire to control what other people do). I’ve personally seen how our archaic healthcare laws can send women’s lives into turmoil, and it’s totally hideous that it’s been allowed to happen. And for those on the fence or anti-choice, know that crisis pregnancies and abortions have been happening forever, and will continue to, we just really need to make it a safe situation for those in need. Grab your mates, arm yourself with facts and I’ll see you on Saturday to demand the right to choose ✨ #RepealThe8th More info: https://www.abortionrightscampaign.ie/2017/07/18/time-to-act-6th-annual-march-for-choice/
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I've mentioned this place before, but it's my favourite place in Dublin for an eggs-y brunch. And they've just shaken up their menu with some new bits and bobs. GET DOWN.