#60mins The hashtag that refused to trend

Published July 20, 2015 by JS2

We owe it to all those victims who didnt make it to Unite and stop the stigma and taboo surrounding childhood sexual abuse, and the life long effects of the abuse. Time for change? damned right there is. If we don’t do anything, Paedophilia will be legalised, beginning with the age of consent being brought down to 13 years.

Wee Ginger Dug

As someone who wants Scottish independence, by definition I am opposed to the British state. Anything which weakens the British state strengthens my cause. But not like this, I don’t want it to happen like this.

Sometimes you can take pleasure in the misfortunes of your political enemies, but sometimes you can’t because the misfortune of your enemy comes on the back of abused and broken innocence. Sometimes you find yourself hoping and praying that what is being said about your enemy isn’t true, can’t be true, because if it is true it revolts and disgusts, because it means that things are far worse than you could possibly have feared – even in the nightmares that stalk you on a cold and lonely night. Sometimes you don’t want to believe what is being said because it means that the mad fringes of conspiracy theories might be right, and that means…

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