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Women, children and men danced and swam in Byron Bay for V-Day.
Women, children and men danced and swam in Byron Bay for V-Day.

Calling on all women everywhere to ‘dance’ and ‘rise’, yesterday the Byron Bay V-Day ladies shook their groove thing to the beat of the February 14 anthem Break the Chain as the sun rose over Main Beach.

V-Day is a global activism event to end violence against women and girls and to raise funds and awareness.

~ Photos Tree Faerie


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