Category Archives: British Youth

Join Our Censorship Protest and Say Fuck You SOPA

Please take a few minutes to head over to americancensorship.org and take action. It only takes a few moments of your time to be an agent of change! by Jane Wells Have you been paying attention to all the hubbub … Continue reading

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Teddy Boys & The Birth of The Cool: The Beginnings of British Youth Culture Part 1

Words: Chris Sullivan Photos: Zoltar, Don McCullin In the early 50s, the clichéd image of the sartorially rebellious and angst-ridden “teenager”, the fuel of a thousand movies, the subject of a million articles, did not exist. The term was then … Continue reading

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