1950s 1970s

THE SIGNS AS YOUTH SUBCULTURES
  • Aries: 1970s Punk
  • Taurus: 1950s Rockabilly
  • Gemini: 1920s Flapper
  • Cancer: 1950s Beatnik
  • Leo: 1970s Glam Rock
  • Virgo: 1960s Mod
  • Libra: 1970s Disco
  • Scorpio: 1980s Goth
  • Sagittarius: 1990s Grunge
  • Capricorn: 1940s Hipster
  • Aquarius: 1910s Bohemianism
  • Pisces: 1960s Hippie

This Generation: *helps the legalization LGBTQIA+ marriage, actually gives a shit about modern racism instead of brushing it under the rug, accepts each other regardless of gender identity, sexuality, religion, etc., promotes body positivity more than ever before, advocates for the rights of women, and is considered to be way more liberal than previous generations*

Last Generation: ugh, this generation is so shallow! Kids these days don’t care about anyone but themselves and their phones! They play on their devices all day without making any difference in the world! So lazy and selfish!

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I hope 2017 brings you love, happiness and prosperity. And if 2016 was a bust, who cares, that fucker is over now and today is a fresh start!

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Francis Albert Sinatra was much more than a singer or actor. Very rarely are singers praised for so long since many singers end up being swept under the rug by newer, more hip artists. Sinatra stands out from this crowd because he put every aspect of himself into his music and movies, but that’s not all he did. No. In comparison to the compassion and kindness that he spread throughout his life, his talent is almost minute. His charitable spirit towards children was a large part of that compassion, along with the love he had for his fans and his close friends especially. He brought style and class everywhere he went, even when tabloids and gossips columns tried to tear down his image. He was a fighter of segregation and racism, a man who refused to play in any outlet that treated anyone else different. He was hurt a lot too, the losses he suffered in love was enough to drive him close to the end, and with every loss of his close friends he carried that sorrow forever. I find my life parelleling with his sometimes, so I look up to him with great respect and compassion. So Happy 101st B-Day Frank, I know you’re having a swinging time.