This Essay Is About Rave Culture And The Major Catagories/Types Of Individuals That Fit Into The Complex Puzzles Of "Ravers"

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KrodamiEnglish 12128 February 2003"We Don't Have Fashion"What is it with teens and their crazy fashion trends? Why must they attract so much attention to themselves? Do they know how stupid they look?" Lastly, I sometimes ponder, "Why God? Why?" These are a few questions that were going to be answered in a recent essay that I was reading. As I read through the rest of the essay, none of these questions were really being cleared up, but rather more stereotypes were being heaped onto the pile of what used to be Youth. Once I reached the conclusion of the paper, no questions had been answered and the author had officially painted himself ignorant. Though I do not know what the author was trying ...view middle of the document...

Next, is the class known as the "Hip-Hop Boys." You can find these fellows hanging around the "Candy Ravers." As far as the visual for the "Hip Hop Boys," one fact is extremely important and that is, fat pants. Their pants are what really set them in their own class and they are proud of it. These pants can range from baggy jeans to random scraps of material that have been pieced together, to something that resembles a road worker's fluorescent jacket, and I'm not just talking about the color. Also, practically everything else on them, besides their pants, covers them from head-to-toe in "Adidas logos." Occasionally you will see them wearing "out of place" accessories, such as "nerd glasses," a giant foam cowboy hat, or goggles, among other items.The third of many rave classes is the "Gwen" class. The name originated from the ever-popular musical artist Gwen Stefani. These girls are usually wearing half-shirts, sports bras, or anything that will bare their midsection. They wear track pants, or swishes pants (a form of sweats) and are sporting/wearing every piercing known and more. It is not uncommon to find these ladies with sequins next to their eyes, and wearing thick colored mascara. Often times their hair will be dyed to a shade of blonde.The "Gwens'" have their match just like the "Candy Ravers" have their "Hip Hop Boys." The "Gwens'" matches are the "Clubbers." These guys dress in the ever-tackilyArp 3named "wife beater" undershirts, tube socks pulled up to their knees, and very roomy cargo or "Army" pants. Whether you can see their boxers or not, they will be riding up higher than...

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