Thursday, October 20, 2016
Rebels Are Not Rebels There Are No True Rebels
A young person in the 1950s and early 1960s belonging to a subculture associated with the beat generation.
The Beatnik history can be traced back to the steamy coffee shops and poetry dens of Soho, In New York's Greenwich Village.
The hippies were societal rebels.
A hippie (or hippy) is a member of a liberal counterculture, originally a youth movement that started in the United States and the United Kingdom during the mid-1960s and spread to other countries around the world.
They grew long hair and beards and dressed weird and did drugs.
The piercing generation put metal stuff in their skin and got tattoos.
They were the first-of-its-time piercing “craze” generation.
Ever since the 1980s, when multiple earrings hanging off one ear was a fashion first, extra piercings on ears and body have grown to be a more common sight on men and women.
Whether they symbolize maturity for ancient tribes, rebellion against society or simply fashion, extra piercings date back to ancient times.
There are reasons why city streets and high school halls are filled with people with multiple piercings.
Common motives include the classic “because everyone else has one” and “I think it’s fashionable.”
Their are other rebels.
The thing is all generations take on what is the "norm" for their generation.
Which removes them from actually being rebels.
Girls with tats was initially rebellious until even house wives got tats.
Rebels always end up not being rebels.
There are no true rebels!