I find it hard to understand the Supreme Court's decision this month that the owners of a bakery in Belfast 'did not discriminate against a customer by refusing to make a cake supporting gay marriage'
A British-Iranian Jewish woman living in Manchester, England, Kimia is a language enthusiast who can get around in 11 languages. A cancer survivor, OCD and anxiety sufferer, crazy cat lady, and vegetarian, Kimia has recently finished her second Master's degree. She is bisexual, a feminist and human/animal rights activist, and a Mensan. She loves reading, travelling, world music and cinema, and dancing.
Now a strong, independent woman like Meghan Markle has managed to single-handedly modernise this otherwise outdated institution and family, I may well become a royalist
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Whether you hate foreigners or not, doesn't mean that your ancestors didn't travel around and reproduce with people from other ethnicities, and thus your ancestors themselves were at one point immigrants too, and you are a mix of many heritages. Rather than looking at this fact with fear, it should be recognised as what it really is: a beautiful thing.
16/11/2016 16:39 GMT
Would anyone make jumpers mocking, as one consumer pointed out, physical illnesses such as cancer? Or would anyone make jumpers mocking other, 'more serious' mental health illnesses such as schizophrenia or anorexia? The fact is, no one illness is more serious than another in itself, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder can be just as deadly as any other mental or physical illness. Let me tell you why.
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