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- In 1992, critic Barbara Ehrenreich defended the girls who screamed throughout The Beatles’s concerts. “To abandon control – to scream, faint, dash about in mobs – was, in form if not in conscious intent, to protest the sexual repressiveness, the rigid double standard of female teen culture,” she wrote. “It was the first and most dramatic uprising of women’s sexual revolution.” Cultural mores have changed since then, but Ehrenreich’s words still resonate. A pop concert’s joyful roar offers liberation from behavioural expectations, academic pressures, the world’s uncertain future. There are so few spaces for this, and now the Manchester attack has infringed on one of them, cruelly turning girls’ ecstatic screams into cries of fear. Laura Snapes reflects on the attack, the power of pop music and the effects of a rite of passage ending in senseless violence, via the link in bio
- In 1992, critic Barbara Ehrenreich defended the girls who screamed throughout The Beatles’s concerts. “To abandon control – to scream, faint, dash about in mobs – was, in form if not in conscious intent, to protest the sexual repressiveness, the rigid double standard of female teen culture,” she wrote. “It was the first and most dramatic uprising of women’s sexual revolution.” Cultural mores have changed since then, but Ehrenreich’s words still resonate. A pop concert’s joyful roar offers liberation from behavioural expectations, academic pressures, the world’s uncertain future. There are so few spaces for this, and now the Manchester attack has infringed on one of them, cruelly turning girls’ ecstatic screams into cries of fear. Laura Snapes reflects on the attack, the power of pop music and the effects of a rite of passage ending in senseless violence, via the link in bio
- In 1992, critic Barbara Ehrenreich defended the girls who screamed throughout The Beatles’s concerts. “To abandon control – to scream, faint, dash about in mobs – was, in form if not in conscious intent, to protest the sexual repressiveness, the rigid double standard of female teen culture,” she wrote. “It was the first and most dramatic uprising of women’s sexual revolution.” Cultural mores have changed since then, but Ehrenreich’s words still resonate. A pop concert’s joyful roar offers liberation from behavioural expectations, academic pressures, the world’s uncertain future. There are so few spaces for this, and now the Manchester attack has infringed on one of them, cruelly turning girls’ ecstatic screams into cries of fear. Laura Snapes reflects on the attack, the power of pop music and the effects of a rite of passage ending in senseless violence, via the link in bio
- "We all, every single one of us, stand with the people of Manchester at this terrible time. And today, let us remember those who died, and let us celebrate those who helped, safe in the knowledge that the terrorists will never win and our values, our country, and our way of life will always prevail." Prime minister Theresa May condemns the Manchester terror attack. Read more from her speech, and the touching tributes of others, via the link in bio. Our thoughts are with the victims of the tragedy, their families, and the people of Manchester
- "We all, every single one of us, stand with the people of Manchester at this terrible time. And today, let us remember those who died, and let us celebrate those who helped, safe in the knowledge that the terrorists will never win and our values, our country, and our way of life will always prevail." Prime minister Theresa May condemns the Manchester terror attack. Read more from her speech, and the touching tributes of others, via the link in bio. Our thoughts are with the victims of the tragedy, their families, and the people of Manchester
- "We all, every single one of us, stand with the people of Manchester at this terrible time. And today, let us remember those who died, and let us celebrate those who helped, safe in the knowledge that the terrorists will never win and our values, our country, and our way of life will always prevail." Prime minister Theresa May condemns the Manchester terror attack. Read more from her speech, and the touching tributes of others, via the link in bio. Our thoughts are with the victims of the tragedy, their families, and the people of Manchester

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