Sports fans with disabilities are often grossly overlooked and undermined when accommodation and ticket prices are chiefly concerned to view live sporting events. In turn, fans with disabilities have been discriminated against and have been turned a blind eye to by the mainstream media and professional sports fans at large.
A review of children’s exposure to adult-entertainment – commissioned by the NSPCC and Children’s Commissioner – saw researchers from Middlesex University survey 1,001 children aged between 11 and 16 to find out the statistics and overall ever-rising relationship between children and adult-entertainment.
On Friday 27th January 2017 there was an announcement outlining Donald Trump’s executive order and immigration ban, suspending entry of nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries (Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen) into the U.S.
No words are needed for what was an epic day. Thousands of women, men and children headed down to Central London on the 21st January to march together; making a stand against President Donald Trump and his policies. Over 50 countries staged similar protests in what was a mass act of unity…
With 2016 drawing to an emphatic and memorable close, In-spire LS Magazine compiles the Top Ten pop culture quotes that essentially defined the unique year of 2016. Through the various epic highs and lows, the following Top 10 Quotes that Defined 2016 includes popular poignant, petulant and polarizing quotes which had both the entire world talking, whilst sending social media into vast overdrive courtesy of the quotes.
I just turned on my computer to check what was happening in the entertainment world to see if there was anything in particular that would be important to share my opinion on. Clicked on to MSN and what did I see… the most ridiculous news story ever!
Singer and Actress Hillary Duff had received a massive backlash from ignorant critics who deemed her kissing her son on the lips as ‘inappropriate’.
“Spilled Milk: America Post-Election 2016” Successful transitions have commonly been the laurels that the United States have been able to rest upon. From periods in our history like The American Civil War, to the Industrial Revolution, to the Great Depression, America has always boasted about its ability to overcome and unite, in spite of the prevalence of alternate outcomes other nations succumbed to. However, in 2016, America post-election is a place of unrest, uncertainty, and for many, unresolved root issues that are beginning to manifest in the upcoming administration’s selections and decisions.
Olympic medalist and Published Author Dr. John Carlos – whose infamous Black Power salute on the podium at the Mexico City 1968 Olympics alongside Tommy Smith and Australian Peter Norman garnered international notoriety – recently spoke with Sirius XM host Joe Madison regarding the widespread controversy and hot topic surrounding NFL star Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers Quarter Back’s highly polarizing decision to kneel during the United States national anthem; Kaepernick has since received death threats and President Barack Obama has publicly called for understanding from both sides regarding the high-profile incident (Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and has been deemed unpatriotic as much as empowering).