July 15, 2011
amaevis: "Critical self-awareness should cause people to realise their actions restrict others..." - Amy Greer casts a...

ilivesweat:

(Andy’s note: Sociological language applied to punk/hc makes me as happy as a fistful of cherry Pez.)

Allow me a moment to set the scene. A band I’m really into has just played the opening bars of a song. I push through the crowd to get to the front of the room, to sing along,…

/agree except for the part where she hates Ireland

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  1. lostgrrrls reblogged this from ilivesweat
  2. oofstar said: to crazypotatogirl: it doesn’t matter that women mosh as much as men. the reason moshing is considered -the- way to express love of hardcore music to the exception and marginalization of other excpressions is due to it’s association with masculinity
  3. blaze-kushrenada reblogged this from ilivesweat and added:
    I’m kind of tired of hardcore being used as the whipping boy for everything that’s wrong with the punk community. There...
  4. heidruncollider reblogged this from ilivesweat
  5. oofstar reblogged this from ilivesweat and added:
    yup.
  6. crazypotatogirl said: Fair enough, but at all the concerts I go to (and admittedly it’s probably very different since I live in Sydney) girls mosh as much as guys
  7. glumbird reblogged this from ilivesweat
  8. ashleyintransit reblogged this from ilivesweat and added:
    This was good and worth reading to think about. I’ve always been bothered by people who insist that the front of the...
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