Hometown: Long Island
August 20, 2011
Raised on Long Island, moved to Brooklyn 4 years ago. I've lost touch with many of my goth aquaintences. Although I love goth music, I've not much time & energy for goth clubbing anymore, tho- I do love the spirituality of dancing in a darkened room. Being an older goth...can't quite walk about in my gothic wear the way I once did...unfortunately reality & responsibility do set in....but I still love the goth look at heart.
Lived in South Brooklyn for 4 years. Used to attend "The Bank" (how many of you actually remember that?), and "The Batcave" (totally missed). Now every once and a while try to get to "The Pyramid" when I can.
Besides sleeping in the daytime when I can cause work just exhausts me (ha), I like UK culture, castles and mansions, travelling (when I can), medieval renaissance & the victorian era, dance, and the supernatural.
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I'm an older goth. Been in the subculture for 20 years. Used to attend "The Bank" (how many of you actually remember that?), and "The Batcave" (totally missed).
Well, it's cool to meet other goths in an environment where I don't have to shout "WHAT YOU SAY?!" " 'Club America salutes you', says the girl at the door. We accept all major lies. We love any kinds of flaws...So we talk for a while about some band you saw on t.v. But I don't listen to you, and you don't listen to me. Yeah, it's an old routine, but it's a very special part of the game. And you really don't care what I call you at all, when I can't quite remember your name." - The Cure.