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Game Of Thrones Ladies Participate In Anti-Violence Campaign For Females

Lazaros | PopWrapped Author


Updated 10/17/2014 1:59pm
Game Of Thrones Ladies Participate In Anti-Violence Campaign For Females | game of thrones
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Because I'm A Girl is an anti-violence campaign, standing up for women rights all around the globe. Among others, a couple of Game Of Thrones actresses, Lena Headey and Natalie Dormer, are also participating in the movement, along with songstress Beverley Knight. The two stars star in the promotioal posters for Because I'm A Girl, which finds them in straight face shots, with messages written on their skin.The slogans both Headey and Dormer's faces include phrases like "Ignored My Screams" and "Family Honour" among other short sayings, with both their foreheads reading 'Since That Day, I'm No Longer Myself". Headey said of the campaign:
"It fills me with hope that someday soon, girls can grow up in a world that is free from these harmful practices. I urge everyone - men, boys, women and girls - to join me in standing up for girls' rights' with Plan UK."
The worldwide campaign was launched by Plan, a British children charity. Its aim is to preserve female rights, while making an effort to put an end to female genital mutilation and child marriage. According to the charity's chief executive, such actions violate girls' rights and could cause major physical and mental issues. Take a look at both posters with the Game Of Thrones stars below and head over at Plan to support Because I'm A Girl.
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