What is the Anglican Church's view of the perpetual virginity of Mary?

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    The photo is from the Prolife March4LifeUK in Birmingham in opposition to abortion. There have been 8.7 million abortions (lives killed) in the UK since the 1967 abortion act.
     
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    In Orthodox Christian icons of Mother Mary she usually always appears with 3 stars, one on each shoulder and one on the forehead. This separates her icon from other female icons. The 3 stars stands for her perpetual virginity: before, during and after the birth of Christ.
     
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    I intend to participate in the coming March for life in Dublin
     
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