Overall I personally will never understand black women who defend racist entry policies and the black promoters who enforce them. The most upsetting thing about it all is that black women are being made to feel unattractive and undesired, which can have a long-term damaging effect on their self-confidence. It's sad to think that after reading this some black women will continue to justify the actions of racist club promoters.
Photograph: Martin Green Sitting on my rocking chair, sucking dolefully on a Werthers Original, I sometimes wonder why policemen
A Facebook post by the woman's mum about the incident has been shared almost 5,000 times
A young cheerleader has claimed her birthday was “completely ruined” because she and her friends were turned away from a
The club was closed over a 'culture of drug use'.
A campaign to crowdfund the legal battle against the closure of London’s Fabric nightclub has raised more than £270,000, as
Clubs have always been the true melting pots of cities, where people from all elements of society mix in a way they wouldn't anywhere else - they're not just where people dance, they're where dreams are made, plots are hatched, relationships made, collaborations formed and even businesses launched.
'Whether we like it or not; we live in a drug culture.'
London’s famous Fabric nightclub has been closed over a “culture of drug use”, but charities and campaigners argue the move
For us, it was everything. It was our weekend. It was amazing music. It was amazing atmospheres. It was amazing dancing. It was letting your hair down. It was having fun with your mates. It was forgetting your world and escaping. It was getting dressed up. It was getting drunk. It was meeting new boyfriends and girlfriends. It was feeling free.