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What’s the deal with #finger#marriage?

The official hashtag for #finger marriage has already been coined in the past week.

According to the official Twitter account of #finger, it has been created to “recognize the commitment of the first cousin who marries their first cousin” in a legal same-sex marriage in the UK.

The hashtag was used as a response to a petition signed by over 20,000 people, with the hashtag currently gaining more than 70,000 signatures.

The hashtag is also seen as a symbol of the growing number of LGBT couples who are not related to each other.

“This hashtag is intended to be used to raise awareness of the very real challenges faced by LGBT couples in the country and to encourage them to seek support and support from those closest to them,” the petition reads.

The petition also asks the British government to recognise the relationship of “second cousins” who marry their first cousins and “couples who live in same-gender marriage households”.

“We recognise the important role that second cousins play in the lives of LGBT people, as a means of ensuring they are respected and welcomed by their family, extended family and friends,” the signatories said in a statement.

But some are worried that the #finger hashtag could be used as part of a broader campaign to encourage LGBT people to become second cousins.

“This is a clear and dangerous way to use the hashtag and the wider #finger campaign to advance a specific political agenda,” Andrew Giddens, the chairman of the British Human Rights Commission, told The Independent.

“It is an attempt to legitimise the use of this hashtag in an effort to push the boundaries of political correctness in a very narrow context.”

“It’s a very dangerous way of going about it.”‘

People are going to look at it and think it’s not OK’Giddens said that while the hashtag was being used to highlight a real issue, it was not appropriate for a hashtag that “gives the impression that this is a normal thing to be doing”.

“It might not be normal for someone to be saying ‘second cousin’ and then having the hashtag associated with it,” he said.

‘It could be a real problem for them’In the UK, “finger” is a term for the first step towards same-play.

However, many LGBT couples have struggled to obtain marriage certificates, often with their partners being reluctant to sign a marriage certificate.

They are now seeking to have a divorce declared as a result of the petition, but are still waiting for their case to be heard.

The UK has a “zero tolerance” policy towards same sex marriage, and a ban on “finger marriage” is one of the measures to be introduced by Prime Minister David Cameron.

As the hashtag gained momentum, many Twitter users shared their reactions to the new hashtag.

One Twitter user, @JillianLanier, posted: “#finger#homophobia is just a silly hashtag.

People are going the wrong way.

It’s not about marriage.

#finger #homophobia.”

Another user, #mattjones, added: “What a sad way to start a campaign to help us see the light.


A third Twitter user wrote: “How sad #finger is for the future of the country.

People will be looking at this and thinking ‘that’s what they’re supposed to do, it’s OK, we don’t need this, it won’t happen.'”

A fourth Twitter user added: “#finger#gaymarriage is the new #finger.”