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meeting fellow goths outside of goth clubs/bars is basically impossible

i wish there were more family friendly, non alcoholic goth events during the day time. im not fond of public drinking, and especially at night (being a woman in an unsafe area, its a terrible idea, but even if it was safe, im still against it), so meeting goths is impossible

i dont even want to make close friends, i just want to be around people who share my music taste for a few hours and just casually talk

the city were i live used to hold a goth picnic in 2016/2018 but we dont have any events anymore, outside of bars/clubs and emonite. its unfortunate that regular events arent a common thing

we need more goth fairs like how they have steampunk ones! come on!

on to concerts, im scared of them because most free ones are held around, well, bars, and serve alcohol. i wouldnt feel safe, and moshpits would kill my back, since i have several back problems

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Happy Pride month to all my fellow LGBTQ+ goths

I’ll be wearing this to a pride event tomorrow representing two of my favorite communities 🖤

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I want to talk to disabled fellow goths

I have a condition called Muscular Dystrophy. I just want to talk to people like myself. One good thing about my wheelchair is that I can wear whatever shoes I want now. My ankles got too weak to wear heels years ago. That meant anything except flat shoes like Mary Janes/Baby Doll shoes were out of the question.

It was frustrating not being able to dress the way I wanted to but now I can wear whatever I want, yay! Something I laugh about is now I can't quite tell whether people are staring at me because of how I'm dressed or because of being disabled lol. I like to say maybe it's a little of both.

It's sad how people assume that we're different and treat us differently just because we're disabled. I've actually had people treat me like they were surprised that I'm goth. They treated me like I was mentally challenged just because of a physical disability. Their attitude seem to be that they couldn't figure out how I even knew what goth is.

There's nothing wrong with mentally challenged people, I'm just saying I wish people would stop assuming things. I guess you have to learn to laugh at yourself though. Anyway, I want to talk to people like myself.

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captured this candid shot of my fellow performer being herself while Twin Tribes played at Denver Goth Prom

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How’s the scene in Washington? Would love to hear from fellow BIPOC

My boyfriend and I are thinking of moving to Washington state but dipping our toes first and taking a vacation there beforehand. We're both Native so our culture and community are important to us plus we're goth so moving to an area that kind of embraces both is important to us. He's looking at Half Moon Bay but I'm still very unsure of things so I'd love some recommendations on the scene and state overall and what fun things to do. I'd also love to hear from fellow BIPOC on your experiences. Is racism really bad there? Have you only dealt with small instances of things happening or has it been an ongoing nightmare?

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