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this is something i don't see talked about a lot. and all for the focus of social media discussing punk and how siouxsie sioux is so influential with a lot of goths i find it surprising social media rarely brings up this particular part of her and it being apart of their history.

https://youtu.be/mhyxBZjgaPU

what are your thoughts on it? should it stay burried? does it mean nothing and her music still slaps no matter what? would an apology or recognition of now knowing better make it all up for it? is it no big deal because the focus was to point out in a shocking way how bad nazis are?

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welcome to this next edition of the 90s rnb/hiphop darkly inclined and gothic media that could've influenced babybats in the day. during this segment, i discuss the very popular music video to the song luv 2 luv ya with timbaland, magoo, and missy elliot.

https://youtu.be/E4txDUbot0c

check out the full music video here: https://youtu.be/BPWd1gijXSA

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1Here we go with my series of 90s rnb and hip hop songs that were goth oriented or had goth music video leanings. i discuss two of aaliyahs's songs and why she was a femme goth icon for black people.

https://youtu.be/ABPTC6jl_Fc

songs discussed:
we need a resolution:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ph6zyxg4l0
if your girl only knew: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lp5dpCDQzbs
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I agree with everything you said. I'm one who moves on action not victimization. We know theres a problem, so what can we ACTIVELY do to fix it. You made a good point about unifying in factions. I think our mistake as Black activist/organizations is that we're too concerned about getting EVERY Black person on the same page. If allll of us who are serious would just come together and have open discussions, we would get much further. Like Black council meetings lol where we strictly discuss active solutions with JUST the ppl who are serious, and later open it up to the Black public to share

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i review an article written by a south asian goth and talking about their experiences of being in goth over the pond. while this isn't a black perspective, i had seen this article being shared over and over and it being a hot topic. so i wanted to read it and discuss it with ya'll and how i as a black native person can connect to her experiences as well.

https://youtu.be/vTnsNv3BoPc
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things are a changing. i discuss the current transformation of nightclubs in the goth scene. i discuss my local cities experience and how they are transitioning to online dance parties. i also discuss how this new experience due to stay at home orders opens up opportunities for other marginalized groups who previously couldn't go out.

https://youtu.be/1AK2Pw28fB8
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i appreciate the clarification. i didn't get that it wasn't telling you to denounce your other identies, so i'm glad you told me that was not the case. where it mixes to me is, if there is a black and mexican or black and pureto rican etc. child that is in an ice camp cage. that's my main focus when i think of the mix of mexican and black. our childreen need to be freed that are in there. i do agree there are plenty of topics that are not overlapping, but some in fact do as we discussed with each other here.

in the third installment of my 90s hip hop music and videos that were very goth leaning i discuss missy elliot's famous song the rain, supa dupa fly. from the fashion to the lyrics i discuss how it can be an intro for black baby bats in the 90s.

https://youtu.be/vOgo0nTKdyc

the rain supa dupa fly music video: https://youtu.be/hHcyJPTTn9w
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if the representatives of black and hispanic people are balanced a discours can happen, but i am not sure if that is actually possible. If black concerns are not being heard, they definitely have to be loud enough over advocating for things that does not help them.

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