Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Tag: goth

Goths aren’t actually more depressed than everyone else

According to a recent study from Oxford University, teenagers who identify with goth subculture at the age of 15 have three times the risk of...

Dressing like the damned on a hot day (without bursting into flames)

“Aren’t you hot?” It’s the question that plagues every glamorous goth, vampy vanguard and witchy fashionista during hot months. I always say “I’m okay,”...

Goth teens have three times the risk of depression, according to new study

Oxford University has produced a new study that links interest in the gothic subculture and depression. According to the study, teenagers who identify with goth...
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Motionless In White frontman Chris Motionless on how to be a goth James Bond

Motionless In White frontman Chris Motionless makes it no secret that he has an affinity for debonair secret agent James Bond, and has proven...

Why can’t goths, jocks and emo kids all be friends in high school?

A recent study published by Stanford University looks at why cliques thrive in some schools more than others. Some schools are fiercely segregated by...

20 awesome Halloween gifts to give this season (Plus: Win a Motionless In White...

“Wait, AP. Halloween month? Isn’t Halloween just a day?” Psh! No! Halloween and punk rock go together like bloo-… milk and cookies, so we’re making...

What is “health goth” and why is it a thing?

What is health goth? In short, it’s a fashion trend mixing modern gothic sensibilities with futuristic sportswear, according to Marie Claire. The style could...

Awesome dad makes goth daughter feel more at home in this commercial

In a new ad from German home improvement company Hornbach, an awesome father makes his goth daughter feel a lot more at home. It’s...

Woman dresses goth/emo for social experiment, confirms people are shallow and judgmental

 Everyone in the world has felt judged for a fashion choice, and that might be particularly true for those of us who choose to...

Goths rejoice: Scientists develop material so dark you can’t even see it

A British company has produced a material so black it absorbs all but 0.035 percent of visual light, which is the new world record apparently....

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