The Girl Against Fluoride has become synonymous for her daring acts of stripping down to her smalls outside Leinster House in November 2012 and again in December 2012 on Dublin’s Grafton Street – Ireland’s busiest shopping thoroughfare, in a bid to raise a serious amount of public awareness about the issue of water fluoridation, and it worked exceptionally well. The campaign grew phenomenally overnight after Aisling appeared in number of mainstream media platforms such as The Irish Sun, The Irish Daily Star and The Journal.ie, Ireland’s leading online newspaper.
Since December 2012 the campaign has grown from strength to strength in terms of garnering public support. The fluoride topic has been featured in Hot Press magazine by the amazing investigative journalist Adrienne Murphy for the last six months, Sinn Fein TD Brian Stanley introduced a new Bill to Dail E to repeal the current legislation which dictates that every County Council must add fluoridations chemicals to their water supply and Skibbereen Town Council unanimously voted to end water fluoridation. Since that point Kerry County Council, Clonakilty Town Council, New Ross Town Council and Carrickmacross Town Council have all voted to end water fluoridation.
So! In a fresh attempt to spread the message far and wide throughout the country The Girl Against Fluoride has once again decided to take to the streets and remove her clothes for the cause. The underlying significance of the strip is the undeniable fact that we are all essentially being stripped of our fundamental rights to clean, safe drinking water. Our water continues to be contaminated with untested and unlicensed chemicals.
This publicity stunt will take place on Dublin’s Grafton Street (by St. Stephen Green Shopping Centre) on: Thursday, 11th July 2013 @ 1pm
In order for this campaign to succeed and for us to win our upcoming High Court battle we need a huge amount of public support. We would love for you to come along in support of this issue affecting every citizen of this nation.