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#Vote100: From suffrage to impostor syndrome

#Vote100: From suffrage to impostor syndrome

Activism, Education, Featured, Lifestyle
It has been 100 years since women could legally vote in the UK. To celebrate the centenary of this historic event, Voice of London is here to spread some girl love. Brief History Women were not allowed to vote in the UK up until 1918, which is when The Representation of the People Act was passed. In lights of the Act women above 30 with the required property qualification and all men above 21 were able to vote. While this was a huge step towards equal rights for women, it was only a stepping stone. There were two groups who fought for women’s rights. The ‘suffragists’ campaigned with peaceful methods such as lobbying, while the ‘suffragettes’ used more powerful, sometimes even illegal and violent protests to fight for equal voting rights for women. Their continuous fight resulted in
Disneyland Paris reveals new image of Marvel-themed area coming to Walt Disney Studios Park

Disneyland Paris reveals new image of Marvel-themed area coming to Walt Disney Studios Park

Entertainment, Travel
Disneyland Paris revealed a new image illustrating the Marvel-themed area coming to Walt Disney Studios Park. This new area will allow guests to encounter the heroes in new and exciting ways, from the mystic arts of Doctor Strange to the gravity defying feats of Spider-Man. Guests will also experience the latest in Pym Technology with Ant-Man and Wasp and be wowed as Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Captain America and more leap into action. In addition to heroic encounters, new attractions, thrilling entertainment and dining, guests will experience a reimagined Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, which will become a high-speed, hyper-kinetic adventure. Get ready to assemble alongside Earth’s mightiest heroes to protect the world… recruitment begins soon. As part of a €2 billion, multi-y

NOFX Bring The Punk In Drublic Festival To Slam Dunk Festival 2019

Music
Boasting a standout array of names already confirmed, Slam Dunk Festival is shaping up to be the definitive home of alternative culture in 2019 - as an unmissable celebration bringing exclusive moments and jaw-dropping favourites across Leeds and Hatfield. With the likes of All Time Low, Bullet For My Valentine, New Found Glory, Glassjaw, Simple Plan, The Menzingers, Waterparks, Gallows, Turnstile and more already announced, Slam Dunk 2019 continues to grow - with NOFX set to bring their Punk In Drublic takeover to the festival for a stage packed with the very best in punk. After making waves with its debut in 2018, Punk In Drublic has already appeared in the US and Europe bringing some of the most iconic and beloved punk bands under one roof for truly special shows. Marking its only UK
Young Culture announce new single “21 Days” and new EP (This Is) Heaven

Young Culture announce new single “21 Days” and new EP (This Is) Heaven

Music
Pop rock band Young Culture is thrilled to share “21 Days,” previously streaming onBillboard and now available everywhere. The song comes from the band’s forthcoming EP and Rude Records (in partnership w/ Equal Vision Records) debut, (This Is) Heaven, out January 18th, 2019. The EP also features “Drift,” the previously released single co-produced by Derek DiScanio (State Champs) and Sam Guiana (Seaway, Coldfront). Pre-orders for (This Is) Heaven are available now at youngculture.merchnow.com.  “Writing this song was a perfect opportunity to take a dark situation and make it into something beautiful. I guess you could say that’s the theme for the new EP, which is why we felt ’21 Days’ was a perfect song to release at this time,” shares lead singer Alex Magnan. “We’re so grateful to the p
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