Contradicting as it is, and hypocritical of me to say, this is how I view the industrial culture...
There're stereotypes, and within stereotypes, groups, and within groups, characterization, and within the characterization, secrets, and within the secrets, lies.
We'll start with the industrial style:
People will go off and call others "emo", "goth", "punk", etc. And, then within "emo" is "scene", "poser", "rocker", and within "goth", there's "cyber goth", and so on and so forth...
People in their own groups will call each other posers.
Overall, the industrial culture started off as something without any subcultures; it was 更多 just indie kids, and people who just didn't typically care what others thought of them. But now it's changing; there're fads here now. As there is everywhere else.
It used to be somewhere where you'd go and 你 wouldn't be judged. 你 could just make friends, discuss common interest, because we all had it. Now it's all about NeverShoutNever 或者 Bring Me the Horizon, and how hawt they are. It's about 表演 immature, and wearing nerd glasses for the hell of it. I did it 'cause of a dare. There's no curiosity anymore.
It's just this and that.
and that's it.
There's so much 更多 to it though.
And it sucks.
Who else agrees that this whole world was so much better before the term "subcultures" emerged?