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Asked by ebugx
I answer all the letters that contain stamped and addressed envelopes in them! I’m still getting through letters from last July though! It’s taking me a while! :S Will get there eventually though!
Asked by l0kiplease
Hey! It was always lovely bumping into you and the train and having a chat! You definitely should have said hello the other day! The longer I’m in my own head the more dangerous it is I swear so always feel free to say hi and knock me out of my trance! Haha :)
Thanks so much lovely! So sweet of you! :D
Asked by midnaime
Eponine is a wonderfully intricate character which is hugely interesting to play from an actresses point of view. Her solo song ‘On My Own’ is one of my all time favourite songs and she has one of the longest principal female tracks in the show (I think her and Fantine are about on par with each other!). Not to mention, I played Young Eponine when i was 7 so to complete the loop and return to Les Mis to play Adult Eponine just made sense in my head! haha
So yeah, she’s interesting, she has amazing songs and she’s my favourite role that I could possibly play in that show!
I’d just like the point out the 4:01 show video was aimed at teenagers who are in their early relationships who are only just approaching sexual encounters. It wasn’t aimed at those who have been raped or abused but to those who may be made to feel uncomfortable or pressured in their own relationships. I’m very sorry again that my wording made it sound like I was accusing those who have been abused, weren’t strong enough to say no. That is obviously not what I think because I’d be a stupid, horrible person if I did! If you have been abused, it’s your abusers fault entirely. But this video was aimed at those who are just finding approaching their first sexual encounters tricky because they’re not sure how to go about it. Due to everything that’s gone on recently within the YouTube community, everyone jumped to the conclusion that the video was aimed at the victims or to people who are currently being seriously abused. I feel my responsibility lies with the generation below me who watch my videos every day, to empower them and make sure they know how wonderful they all are and how much they’re worth so they recognise when someone’s treating them less than that.
I’m still getting streams of abuse, calling me a victim blamer and a rape apologist when I’m just someone who worded a sentence badly in a 4 second clip of an entirely well meaning, and hopefully helpful video.
Please can we stop this now and focus our energy and efforts on those who actually need our love and support.