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The Unspoken Life.

October 17, 2013 8:30 pm0 comments
The Unspoken Life.

  I don’t usually read The Evening Standard, but yesterday as I made my way to Charing Cross to have my face squished against someone’s armpit and embark on the awkward British social situation of the train, the front page of the paper caught my eye. “THE GANGS OF LONDON” […]

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Were the Sixties Swinging?

March 30, 2013 1:39 pm1 comment
Were the Sixties Swinging?

It’s not difficult to see why the 1960’s remains as popular as ever amongst this generation, with its rebelling youth, free speech, music, and fashion. Sixties swinging nostalgia is becoming a new phenomenon with many youngsters today, just like Britpop was in the nineties. However, more youngsters are becoming fascinated […]

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Youths wrongly scrutinized due to Youth Culture Stereotypes

May 19, 2012 2:29 pm1 comment
Youths wrongly scrutinized due to Youth Culture Stereotypes

I’m a healthy 19 year old girl who exercises, watches and admittedly relishes stupid soap operas on TV, eats junk food, goes clubbing, gets the giggles over a nice looking man on the street; usual, typical teenage girl stuff. My one passion, however, is music. I listen to music: a […]

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