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Name: Kelley
Age: 18
Country: Ireland

My name is Kelley. I’m 18 and just graduated. I am hoping to study History and Politics with International Relations next year.

Music is literally my favourite thing ever. I listen to a wide variety of music and am open to listen to any either. I have been doing theatre since I was 3 years old and I love to sing, dance and act. I also play guitar and I enjoy art.

When I’m not doing something musical, I am most likely watching gay youtubers. Amy Ordman ,Shannon Beveredge , Rose and Rosie etc…

I plan to one day travel the world and I would like to get to know as many people from across the globe as I can…

Preferences: respectful and compassionate people only

vimeo

Natalie & Shannon’s wedding 

The Shannongrove Gorget, Ireland, Late Bronze Age (c. 800-700 BC)

A gorget is a more elaborate form of the lunula, a crescent shaped ornament thought to have been used to fasten cloaks around the neck. This gorget was found in a bog in Shannongrove, Co. Limerick, sometime before 1783. There are only ten similar pieces from Ireland known at this time, some of which come from the lower Shannon area.

On the inner side of the collar, under each of the circular terminals, is a hole. The collar probably rested on the chest and was held in place by a chain running between the two holes and passing round the back of the neck.

Gold was buried with the dead so as to accompany its owner into the afterlife. Sometimes, as with the gold collars from Ireland which have been found folded in half, it appears people may have followed a ritual for the disposal of jewellery.

Bunratty Castle, County Clare,  Ireland

Bunratty Castle, built in 1425, is the most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland and contains furnishings, tapestries, and works of art from the period.

More about Bunratty Castle

The castle is by the N18 road between Limerick and Ennis, near Shannon Town and its airport.

i haven’t really seen much on my dash about this. Maybe it’s because I’m not following that many Irish bloggers or something but let me explain. 

Ireland are having a new referendum introduced and voted on soon. If voted yes, it will allow gay people to adopt and raise children. 

If no, they simply wont be able to. 

Campaigns for #VoteNo have been malicious, such as the poster above. The church is also supporting #VoteNo and across Ireland (well, definitely in Limerick anyways) held mass prayer sessions to vote no in the next voting session. It would be what God wants or some religious bullshit like that. 

This poster is supporting such outdated values. 

What about single-family parents?

What about widows? 

What about a parent who has to flee an abusive relationship?

What about the children who grow up with just one? What will they have to suffer through if it goes ahead? 

What about partners who have been together for a lifetime and now cant adopt or anything? 

What about the women out there who wish to raise a child completely by themselves? Will they get support?


This is, simply put, utter bullshit and seriously so disgusting.  The fact that we, as a country, are still using religion and emotional manipulation to get what we want is at best disgraceful.  

People, human beings, all deserve the same equality no matter what. Children do not deserve both a mother and a father, they deserve a healthy and safe upbringing, regardless of the family-status, gender, or sexual orientation of their parents. 

People also deserve the right to give this opportunities, to give children a better, safer home life and environment. 

We all deserve to be equal. 

I beg of you, #VoteYes. 


(Note: I’m sorry if this makes no sense. I just woke up and I’m too angry to articulate what I have to say correctly.)

anonymous asked:

What are the celts human names?

As i’m terrible with names i’ll probably never chose a definite name for them, I mean i changed them so MANY TIMES. Also I don’t feel like they’re important as I refer to them with their country name.

Though, if you’re interested, the current ones are :

  • Bran Griffiths (Wales)
  • Kenneth O’Murphy (Ireland)
  • Rory MacDougall (Scotland)
  • Shannon Wilson (Northern Ireland)
  • Ruanaidh (Celt)

Yet i’ll probably change them again SO. They’ll never really have names in my mind i guess.