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Hello there, I am not a religious person myself, I was wondering about the Goth Subculture and the usage of the Crucifix as a part of fashion, what are your individual stances on it being worn within the scene?

I am not intending on starting a flame war in the comments, I am only curious as to individual feelings.

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Dead Can Dance: Within The Realm of a Dying Sun Full Album

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What are the subgenres within goth?

I'll see music posted with tags like goth rock, post-wave, etc. What's the difference?

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13 Candles – The Hunger Within [1997]

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Hi-res album cover art for Dead Can Dance – Toward the Within [2826×2826]

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what do you all think of the use of photoshop and digital editing within the goth community?

One of the biggest things I do not understand is the commonality of digital editing within society. I don’t use most of my social medias anymore as I hate the way people are falsely representing themselves. I find it harmful for the people who unknowingly are misled. But, I didn’t expect to see these “goth” subreddits and the many posters editing their appearances with mods doing nothing. It sucks that the subculture has now fallen victim to the harmful pressures of the societal norms to be perfect when we originally became “goth” to avoid it. I suppose that’s my take, but I am curious about what other people think.

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Anyone else notice some rising anti-trans sentiment within the goth community?

While it is still low, there seems to be a number of goths or those that claim to be who are openly anti-trans. I wouldn't say its just limited to opinions on the use of pronouns but on all trans identities directly.

Do you think it has the potential to become problematic? How do you view this? Is it mostly online in your opinion? I personally think it's low and mostly online.

In the 90s/2000s there was very fringe death in june and neo-folk/powerelectronics fans, and even rarer officially traditionally conservative or far right actual goths, who sometimes were open about their views in goth clubs. Outside of these people, you'd occasionally stubble upon open homophobia and racism, a bit more than today (hard to asses that properly to be fair), but in the last 5 years or so it was mostly people who at least for the most part barely knew enough about the music spouting alt-right talking points from the internet and claiming to be "goth"

I've just noticed this anti-trans thing, which is barely a thing, in the last year or so. What are your thoughts?

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Dead can dance: within the realm of a dying sun full album

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I can’t seem to find the type of music I enjoy the most within goth music… but I want to find it!

Hi everyone, long time goth fashion wearer but still a baby bat in terms of actual goth culture. I posted kind of a backstory under this thread which led me to wanting to ask this question.

The tl;dr version of it is that I only started listening to goth music about a couple months ago but because my tastes are both varied and oddly specific at the same time it’s been hard for me to find the type of goth music I enjoy listening to. I’m the kind of person who likes a handful of songs from different artists but said artists aren’t necessarily my favorite.

So far I really enjoy ACTORS’ sound. I’d like to find more artists similar sounding to them. But I’m an alt-pop singer myself so I tend to enjoy female vocals, especially ones that are very powerhouse-y and vocal acrobatics-y. Additionally I’m a freak for love songs. I love romantic melodies and lyrics. I haven’t found anything like those either, so if anyone has any recommendations for those as well I’d really appreciate it! Artists of any decade are welcome!

I feel like I’ve gone way too long having a complete misconception about what goth really is and it’s time for me to school myself and stop being a poser. I’m here to learn 🙂

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