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We serve all local areas of Portland and Dorset
We offer Professional Photography in all local areas including Beaminster, Lyme Regis, Ferndown, Wimborne Minster, Dorchester, Shaftesbury, Stalbridge, Bournemouth, Sherborne, Weymouth, Highcliffe, Poole, Chickerell, Swanage, Gillingham, Christchurch, Wareham, Portland. Our visitors who search for Photographers also tend to search for Photographers.
Faeries represent the first spiritual movement to be both "gay centered and gay engendered", where gayness is central to the idea, rather than in addition to, or incidental to a pre-existing spiritual tradition. The Radical Faerie exploration of the "gay spirit" is central, and that it is itself the source of spirituality, wisdom, and initiation. Founding Faerie Mitch Walker claims that "because of its indigenous, gay-centered nature, the Radical Faerie movement pioneers a new seriousness about gayness, its depth and potential, thereby heralding a new stage in the meaning of Gay Liberation.