Photos from the Dublin protests for Savita Halappanavar

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These are my photos from the many protests in Dublin following the death of Savita Halappanavar after she was refused an abortion in a hospital in Galway.  There is much to say about this and about the organisation of the protests but that will have to wait until I have time to do some writing.  In the meantime I think these photos capture something of the mood of the huge numbers of people who have taken to the streets to say Never Again.


 

 

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It was sad that it was

It was sad that it was allowed to get happen. Is't it a basic right to terminate pregnancy, if fatal?

The separation of church and

The separation of church and state should be a pre-requisite to join the UN. Although that wouldn't leave us with many members...

Savita Halappanavar et Cialis Generique en pharmacie en ligne

En 20 ans, j'ai eu des problèmes avec le système cardio-vasculaire, donc ayant le sexe essayant de traiter comme des hérissons, lents, tristes et très soigneusement. A ce rythme, maintenir une érection n'est pas très facile parce que le mouvement lent, le sexe se prolonge, l'excitation est de plus en plus lentement. Le pénis serait parfois s'endormir, qui augmente encore le moment de rapports sexuels. Décidé d'essayer la pilule. Après consultation avec un médecin a trouvé que le viagra en pharmacien en ligne ne rentre pas moi – mon mauvais combinés avec des médicaments cardiaques de sildenafil, que le médecin a conseillé analogues de viagra : Cialis et Levitra.

Les effets de Cialis et Levitra est en principe très semblable – augmenter le flux sanguin, ils ne réduisent pas la pression que le viagra. En outre, les effets secondaires de Cialis n'est pas aussi prononcée. Ainsi tout s'est parfaitement.

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