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16 August 2010

Only Black?? Hell no.

Looking around on the internet and also on Stardoll I could see that many associate goth with the color black a bit too much. Most of these people think that only wearing black all the time makes you look goth but the truth is the exact contrary. The color black is in fact the color of darkness, of mistery and of the unknown, of fear but you should also consider wearing colors like PURPLE , RED, BLUE, GREEN and even PINK. I've seen goths saying the stupid stereotype that goths hate pink and light blue. Absurd. The point is not what color you wear but HOW you wear it. Let's make a clear example with the color pink. Look at these pics:


Non-goth


Goth



See?? Now..come and tell me the second pic isn't goth because she wears pink!! xD


STOP STEREOTYPING! :)


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