A Look At Common Hardcore Ideologies And Philosophies

Punx In Solidarity

November 02, 2013
by Punk Monday

The Most Common ideologies and philosophies within the punk subculture.

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Punk ideologies are a group of varied social and political beliefs associated with the punk subculture. In its original incarnation, the punk subculture was primarily concerned with concepts such as rebellion, anti-authoritarianism, individualism, free thought and discontent. Punk ideologies are usually expressed through punk rock music, punk literature, spoken word recordings, punk fashion, or punk visual art. Some punks have participated in direct action, such as protests, boycotts, squatting, vandalism, or property destruction.

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Punk fashion was originally an expression of nonconformity, as well as opposition to both mainstream culture and the hippie counterculture. Punk fashion often displays aggression, rebellion, and individualism. Some punks wear clothing or have tattoos that express sociopolitical messages.

An attitude common in the punk subculture is the opposition to selling out, which refers to abandoning of one’s values and/or a…

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