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The Steeple Times is an online magazine with a following of upto 880,000 unique views per day on our best day yet.

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Leanne Ratcliffe (AKA ‘Freelee the Banana Girl’)

Leanne Ratcliffe (AKA ‘Freelee the Banana Girl’) – A somewhat loopy YouTube ‘star’, Australian Leanne Ratcliffe moved from promoting veganism to “living sustainably” in February 2017.

A somewhat loopy YouTube ‘star’, Australian Leanne Ratcliffe moved from promoting veganism to “living sustainably” in February 2017. Known for what she terms “call out” videos – in which she controversially mocks others on their diet and lifestyle habits – Ratcliffe shares such information as how she has just one pair of socks and five sets of underwear and publishes eBooks with titles such as Go Fruit Yourself. She has 40,000 followers on Twitter and claims to be “saving the planet, one banana at a time.” Okay…

 

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