I’m trying to resist becoming infatuated with Charlotte Church but between her speech about sexism in the music industry and her Prosecco Socialist blog no woman that I haven’t met yet appears more deserving of my attention. So she’s got one up on all the women on Tinder at least. What follows is her latest blog. (Yes, Charlotte Church, who used to sing those songs your mum likes…)
On Saturday I was one of 250 citizens who met at the Queens Street statue of Aneurin Bevan, to protest the Tories’ austerity measures, with the Cardiff People’s Assembly. Thankfully, it’s my democratic right to do so.
Whilst I was aware that my presence at the rally could attract the media, I’m sure that you’ll be shocked to hear that I didn’t do it for some self-aggrandising purpose. As I’ve stated in my previous piece, I have no wish to be trolled and abused. It would be much easier for me not to engage. I’m not promoting a record or a tv show. My only motivation for attending was to try to make a difference; to further political discourse in my community; to draw attention to a cause that is more than valid, it is vital.
Many people I know (myself included) received the news that the Tories had won…
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