Braving the freezing temperature visiting Bristol with Ginger Hazza and as well as having “toured the Old Vic theatre and a boxing charity gym”, pregnant Megs deciding upon an “unannounced” visit to the marginalised from mainstream society street-based sex work Bristol-based charity One25.
While she was in the charity’s kitchen helping prepare food parcels for the women, Meghan asked if they had a marker pen.
For a small gesture that she had seen on TV:
“I saw this programme this woman had started in the States on a school lunch programme when on each of the bananas she wrote an affirmation or something to make the kids feel really empowered.
“I thought it was the most incredible idea—this small gesture.”
And adding after Ginger was asked if he wished to write a message too that: “I’m in charge of banana messaging.”
With said banana after sugary muffins and healthy salty packets of crisps (chips in US) are eaten providing opportunity at least for a potentially profitable “You are loved” insertion selfie for a social media entrepreneurial sex-worker or pimp to upload despite the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) crackdown which ironically has led some to suggest it aids trafficking: Amid FOSTA crackdown, sex workers find refuge on Mastodon (theverge.com, Apr. 2018).
Updated 4th February 2019
And, ya know, there really is some hope of at least one fed sex worker posting a piccie of that “empowering” ’nana shoved up her arris:
But a sex worker called Nikki branded the move “really stupid”. She added: “People out here struggle to eat and sleep and she gifts us some words on a piece of fruit.
“She has the means to help us more than that. It’s offensive, you know.”
With, of the £300 million it costs to run the British monarchy each year, a Current Bun described “chunk of cash” equivalent to 15% of the Crown Estate’s profits coming from British taxpayer more content to blame scroungers or indeed anyone working less hours and not quite as miserable and less gammon-faced (Latest Picks 7th Nov. 2018) than Brexit betrayed Lil’ English John Bull (britannica.com) self.
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