All I can say is FUCK who the fuck would pay to fuck these “Sex Workers” anyways? Man men are sick!

I saw that fag loving feminist sicko HIV infected whore Ruby had posted a link to this on her twitter after getting owned today by Donny Long and then doing the run block and hide after he shamed her and when I saw the state of these sick bitches I was like WTF! I mean this one below looks like Foster LOL:

 

Nothing but smiles! A woman beamed for the camera as she walked through Central London in her underwear and a black shawl, while clutching a speaker, for an International Women's Day celebration

Well maybe Monica Foster aka Alexandra Melody mayers gut is a little bigger LOL:

Anyways take a look and read LOL:

No sex please, we’re striking: Women take to London’s streets to protest cuts and ‘discriminatory laws jeopardising safety’ of sex workers for International Women’s Day

  • Dozens of protesters have taken to London’s Leicester Square to protest about sex worker laws in Britain 
  • The English Collectives of Prostitutes took part in the march, calling for decriminalisation of the legislation
  • Women in London braved chilly weather to walk Regent Street in underwear earlier on Friday afternoon 

Women have taken to the streets of London to call for the decriminalisation of prostitution on International Woman’s Day.

Dozens held up banners and placards which read ‘sex work is work’ and marched through Leicester Square on a cold evening in central London.

Among those braving the cold include the English Collectives of Prostitutes, who were protesting against what they claim are the sexist, racist and criminal laws that jeopardise the lives of sex workers.

Dozens held up banners and placards which read 'sex work is work' and marched through Leicester Square on a cold evening in central London. Pictured: A woman holds up a banner which reads 'sex work is work' in Leicester Square on Friday night

Dozens held up banners and placards which read ‘sex work is work’ and marched through Leicester Square on a cold evening in central London. Pictured: A woman holds up a banner which reads ‘sex work is work’ in Leicester Square on Friday night

Despite the cold temperature, it did not stop protesters stripping down to their underwear in central London

Despite the cold temperature, it did not stop protesters stripping down to their underwear in central London

Exotic dancers perform in Piccadilly Circus in central London during a demonstration against discrimination of sex workers held on International Women's Day

Exotic dancers perform in Piccadilly Circus in central London during a demonstration against discrimination of sex workers held on International Women’s Day

Hundreds of people took part in a protest march to demand full decriminalisation of sex work, ability to unionise, provide better working conditions and protection against violence experienced by sex workers

Hundreds of people took part in a protest march to demand full decriminalisation of sex work, ability to unionise, provide better working conditions and protection against violence experienced by sex workers

A woman holds up a benner which reads 'sex work is work' outside Platinum Lace in Leicester Square, which brands itself as the 'Best Gentlemen's Club & Strip Club in London'

A woman holds up a benner which reads ‘sex work is work’ outside Platinum Lace in Leicester Square, which brands itself as the ‘Best Gentlemen’s Club & Strip Club in London’

A tattooed person holds up two placards at the protest in Leicester Square tonight. She also wears a hat which reads 'tip her'

A tattooed person holds up two placards at the protest in Leicester Square tonight. She also wears a hat which reads ‘tip her’

A woman in a yellow hi-viz safety vest holds up banners calling for an end to police raids and closures on sex workers

A woman in a yellow hi-viz safety vest holds up banners calling for an end to police raids and closures on sex workers

A huge banner calling for an end to sex work being decriminalised is held up outside the Burger King in Leicester Square

A huge banner calling for an end to sex work being decriminalised is held up outside the Burger King in Leicester Square

Among those who took part in the march include the English collectives of prostitutes

Among those who took part in the march include the English collectives of prostitutes

Strikers are demanding that their work is decriminalised so they can work collectively, keep each other safe and organise better working conditions

Strikers are demanding that their work is decriminalised so they can work collectively, keep each other safe and organise better working conditions

Women braved the wet and cold weather to protest about the laws, which they say is damaging to sex workers

Women braved the wet and cold weather to protest about the laws, which they say is damaging to sex workers

Among some of the main complaints the women have is that the current laws do not protect sex workers enough

Among some of the main complaints the women have is that the current laws do not protect sex workers enough

Earlier today, women of all shapes and sizes have taken part in a body positive march down  Regent’s street in London to mark International Women’s Day.

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Braving chilly temperatures of 9°C, participants proudly sported underwear and bodices as they chanted and marched with their fists in the air.

One woman wore a short body suit to show off her prosthetic leg as she made her way down the street alongside a fellow marcher in a wheelchair.

Women of all shapes and sizes have taken part in a body positive march down Regent's street in London to mark International Women's Day, including a woman who wore a one piece that showed off her prosthetic leg

Women of all shapes and sizes have taken part in a body positive march down Regent’s street in London to mark International Women’s Day, including a woman who wore a one piece that showed off her prosthetic leg

Women in Regent's Street were seen carrying balloons as they took part in a march to mark International Women's Day

Women in Regent’s Street were seen carrying balloons as they took part in a march to mark International Women’s Day

While fully clothed Londers sheltered themselves from the cold, women wore flesh coloured underwear as they marched through one of the capital’s busiest shopping streets.

The chilly March temperatures didn’t keep the women from smiling and enjoying themselves, although some made sure to wear a scarf with their underwear.

London will be bustling with events centered around the global celebration of womanhood this weekend.

While the participants were wearing underwear, some made concessions to the the chilly spring weather by wrapping scarves around their necks

While the participants were wearing underwear, some made concessions to the the chilly spring weather by wrapping scarves around their necks

Nothing but smiles! A woman beamed for the camera as she walked through Central London in her underwear and a black shawl, while clutching a speaker, for an International Women's Day celebration

Nothing but smiles! A woman beamed for the camera as she walked through Central London in her underwear and a black shawl, while clutching a speaker, for an International Women’s Day celebration

The Women of the World (WOW) festival started this morning and will go on until Saturday.

The WOW festival, which will take place at the Southbank Centre, celebrates women and girls, taking a frank look at what prevents them from achieving their potential.

Since its launch in London in 2010, the phenomenon has spread globally, reaching more than two million people in 17 countries from Australia to China and Nepal.

The event will see talks with Annie Lennox, Sandi Toksvig and Julia Gillard, along with legendary activist and writer Angela Davis, and journalist Naomi Klein.

This woman dared to bare on Regent's Street today to celebrate International Women's Day

This woman dared to bare on Regent’s Street today to celebrate International Women’s Day

Comedian Jo Brand and writer Catherine Meyer will also take part, and the weekend is set to feature the Women on the Move Awards.

Additionally, two global conversations will be taking place: ‘WOW presents: What now?’ and ‘WOW presents: What next?’

The talks will discuss the future of gender equality across all industries and communities.

The global theme for this year’s event is #balanceforbetter, a call-to-action for a more gender-balanced world through collaboration.

Meanwhile The Duchess of Sussex joined forces with Annie Lennox to mark International Women’s Day with a star-studded panel discussion hosted by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust.

Dressed in a £185 Reiss dress and £1,245 Alexander McQueen blazer, Meghan, who was announced this morning as vice president of the Trust, was joined at the event by model and activist Adwoa Aboah and Julia Gillard, former Prime Minister of Australia.

During the discussion, pregnant Meghan spoke excitedly about ‘our little bump’ and joked that she could feel the ’embryonic kicking of feminism’ inside her.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex departs after joining a panel discussion convened by The Queens Commonwealth Trust to mark International Womens Day at King's College London

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex departs after joining a panel discussion convened by The Queens Commonwealth Trust to mark International Womens Day at King’s College London

‘I’d seen this documentary on Netflix on feminism and one of the things they said during pregnancy was, ‘I feel the embryonic kicking of feminism’,’ Meghan said. ‘I love that. So boy or girl or whatever it is, we hope that that’s the case, our little bump.’

It is thought she was referring to Johanna Demetrakas’s 2018 film Feminists – What Were They Thinking? in which comedian Lily Tomlin speaks of the day she felt the ’embryonic kicking of feminism’, a term coined by her wife and collaborator Jane Wagner.

The Duchess told the panel that once International Women’s Day was over she planned to ‘put her feet up,’ adding: ‘I feel that’s a deserved treat, especially at this stage of pregnancy.’

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