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Sarah Phillimore
Mit der Dummheit kampfen Gotter selbst vergebens. Family lawyer Can't find the umlaut on my keyboard
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Sarah Phillimore 4m
That’s the job mate. You act on behalf of your client. Doesn’t mean you are ‘wrong’.
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Audrey Ludwig 5m
This thread follows on from earlier thread by about reporters not getting the responsibility that goes with greater transparency in the family court
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Sarah Phillimore 5m
The mask is slipping I see. It always does.
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Sarah Phillimore 6m
Welcome to Our World!
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Sarah Phillimore 12m
Good. Everyone around him is entitled to a safe work space.
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Charlotte Stockwell 14m
Wanking in the bathroom = private. Uploading a video of yourself doing that & linking that to yr work not so much. By the way a (straight) bloke here in Australia got sacked recently for persistently & loudly wanking in the work loos. Dismissal upheld by the courts.
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Sarah Phillimore 25m
Was wavering over whether to block you, thanks for clearing that up.
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Charlotte Stockwell 36m
I would absolutely take the same approach if it was a straight man. There is nothing in his video alone to indicate his sexual preference. There are plenty of straight people who enjoy rubber fetish. And that’s fine. You just can’t link it to your employment!
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Sarah Phillimore 34m
What nonsense. I would be saying exactly the same about a straight man. As this is about male entitlement.
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Sarah Phillimore 35m
I don’t. You can’t argue privacy as a cloak for gross misconduct. And posting to web isn’t ‘private’.
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Sarah Phillimore 36m
Plenty of penis havers in my mentions equally troubled as I - so again, I suggest you check your projections.
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Sarah Phillimore 36m
This is just another attempt to shut down a legitimate debate and I discard it.
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Charlotte Stockwell 45m
I’m responding to this issue entirely as a senior & very experienced manager in human services. This behaviour would be subject to a serious investigation in relation to code of conduct issues. It has nothing to do with my sex.
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Sarah Phillimore 37m
No. And that isn’t the point for me any way. It’s the tedious, vile misogyny that characterises so much of the tabloid press.
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Sarah Phillimore 48m
That’s your projection. I reject it. My vagina has no relevance to this debate.
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Rhoda 53m
Makes accusations of homophobia even more insidious. Even with "best" outcome that this man has reached astonishingly levels of stupidity for his sexual kicks, w/o any nefarious intentions, he has still failed the SG principles that should be core of everything at the NSPCC.
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Sarah Phillimore 49m
No and yes! Try again.
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Chris Lee 1h
Link to article offering the flip-side of the Family Court Transparency debate: asking whether journalism can be trusted to report sensitively and appropriately from the Family Court: by via .
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Sarah Phillimore 1h
Exactly. It’s chilling how so many are so determined to not understand this. Privacy is not an absolute right and can be breached when lawful and proportionate to do.
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Rhoda 1h
From a safeguarding perspective, if the video was titled w it taking place at a children's charity, does it matter if it was actually performed in his own bedroom?What is the intent of the title description? SG is about understanding appro prof conduct, not *just* direct harm.
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