Ash, Brock, and Misty must then try to save Ash's mom, Delia, and Molly; And in the process they must also try to find a way to stop the Unown from turning the town of Greenfield into a bizarre crystal wasteland.
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Ok Cupid says some of these questions are intended to be provocative to gauge one user's compatibility with others.
But campaigners with learning disability charity Mencap have branded the question 'inappropriate, offensive and discriminatory', and want it to be removed from the site, as well as an apology from Ok Cupid for the offence caused.
Ciara Lawrence, a Mencap campaigner from Surrey, who has a learning disability was horrified when she was shown the question by a colleague, and has started an online petition calling for it to be immediately removed.'However, now I am married, have a great job working at Mencap, and live an independent and happy life.
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no Maki (OAV) Pokemon 4Ever (movie) (sequel) Pokemon - Pikachu's Pika Boo (movie) Pokemon Heroes - Latias & Latios (movie) (sequel) Camp Pikachu (movie) Young Molly Hale is a 5-year old girl who has lost her father to the Unown, a strange group of Pokemon who can make a person's dreams real by using their Psychic energy.
One day she accidently releases the Unown, and they begin to answer Molly's wishes; first by creating Entei, a legendary lion-like Pokemon who Molly then thinks is her father because he always pretended to be Entei when he played with her.
Molly then feels lonely because she has no mother, so Entei decides to kidnap Ash's mother and forces her to become Molly's.
I am very lucky that I have the right support around me, however, I know how important it is for people with a learning disability to have positive role models in their life, and be encouraged to fulfil our dreams.
A spokesman said: 'A learning disability is a reduced intellectual ability and difficulty with everyday activities – for example household tasks, socialising or managing money – which affects someone for their whole life. As by asking the question, they are making it seem like it is OK to say yes which it is not.