let’s talk about the rise of ‘-core’ and ‘girl’ aesthetics

let’s talk about the rise of ‘-core’ and ‘girl’ aesthetics
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This video is brought to you by    Squarespace an all-in-one platform for    building a brand .And growing your    business online hello my beautiful doves    my name. Is Mina    um how are you doing today’s video is    going to be on Aesthetics so I’ve been.   Wanting to talk about Aesthetics for a    while because    I’ve made a couple. Videos in the past    talking about certain Aesthetics and I    think in 2020 when most of the videos .  That I made came out 2020 and 2021 we    just saw like a boom. In different    Aesthetics we saw the Cottage Court dark    Academia    um clown core. Goblin core like Barbie    core then I feel like since 2022    the number of. Aesthetics that have come    out have kind of petered off and    we just don’t talk about them in the    same kind of way.

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We still see a bunch of    Publications promoting things like    mermaid core and blueberry milk Nails. I    wanted to talk about that kind of shift    between 2020 to. Now    um and even going back beforehand with    the idea of subcultures and    differentiating subcultures and    Aesthetics yeah oh my God so much to    talk about today so let’s just get    started thank you Squarespace for    sponsoring this video Squarespace is a    fantastic platform to help you build the    website of your dreams for both desktop    and mobile optimization they have tons    of pre-made templates color palette    options font types and extra    customization to make your website    uniquely you Squarespace also has    powerful built-in analytics so you can    track who’s visiting .

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 but interests that differentiated them    from adults    then in the mid 60s the Birmingham    School emerged to analyze the new    working-class youth subcultures such as Teddy Boys mods skinheads and rockers in    post-world War II Britain    they argued that working-class    subcultures were evidence of symbolic    resistance to the mainstream consumption    imperative of capitalism but you know    despite these radical beliefs the actual    resistance movement was quite fleeting    to the scholars resistance was merely    symbolic because there were no    subcultural career paths that these kids    could transition into and so I don’t    know it kind of like remained stagnant    as this movement    it didn’t alter the lives of any of    these working-class kids    um in any kind of like    economic way this might be true for.

 


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