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Earlier this month EJ revealed how she married herself to celebrate her own healing process after a series of unhappy relationships – and said most people came to her for the same reason.
The former sex worker became a self-described 'love-priestess' after running a brothel in Peth for several years and earning up to ,000 a week.
Now the ex-call girl, known as EJ, has taken self-love to the world stage by acting as a celebrant in a union ceremony for people that travelled from far and wide to commit to themselves.
A sea of brides and grooms paid thousands each to attend the very special 'sologomy' ceremony held at a mansion in Phoenix, Arizona on Sunday.
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'I think this is transcending a new movement, people are becoming more and more open to this and realising how much they can benefit from honouring themselves.'One of the participants was Krystal Patience, from Vancouver, Canada, who said she felt as if she had 'grown into herself' after the ceremony.'I'm not afraid to love myself and have a ceremony to proclaim it.
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