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User: BEATWEAKer
Article: Emo
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(Removing unquoted plagiarism and something didn't have a source and some sources have led to disappeared or fake website. Also more details to the hairstyle so there isn't some confusion with devilock hair. If you disagree with my edits discuss it with me)
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==Fashion and stereotype==
 
==Fashion and stereotype==
Today emo is commonly tied to both music and fashion as well as the emo subculture.<ref name="3news">{{cite video | url = http://www.3news.co.nz/TVShows/Nightline/Archive/tabid/227/articleID/10701/cat/17/Default.aspx#video | title = Emo Culture - Why The Long Fringe? | work = Nightline | publisher = 3news | time = 1:17–1:22 | date = 2006-07-05 }}</ref> Usually among teens, the term "emo" is stereotyped with wearing [[Slim-fit pants|slim-fit jeans]], sometimes in bright colors, and tight [[T-shirt]]s (usually short-sleeved) which often bear the names of emo bands. Studded [[belt (clothing)|belts]] and black wristbands are common accessories in emo fashion. Some males also wear thick, black [[horn-rimmed glasses]].<ref name="knot magazine">{{cite web|url=http://www.knotmag.com/?article=885 |title=Knot Magazine – "In Defense of Emo" |publisher=Knotmag.com |date= |accessdate=2011-07-30}}</ref><ref name="incendiary magazine">[http://www.incendiarymag.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=43 Incendiary Magazine "EMO: What Is It?"]</ref><ref name="gurl magazine">{{cite web | first="Marni" | title=Label it. .. emo | work=gURL | publisher=iVillage Inc | url=http://www.gurl.com/findout/label/pages/0,,673303,00.html | accessdate=2007-03-11}}</ref>
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Today emo is commonly tied to both music and fashion as well as the emo subculture.<ref name="3news">{{cite video | url = http://www.3news.co.nz/TVShows/Nightline/Archive/tabid/227/articleID/10701/cat/17/Default.aspx#video | title = Emo Culture - Why The Long Fringe? | work = Nightline | publisher = 3news | time = 1:17–1:22 | date = 2006-07-05 }}</ref> Usually among teens, the term "emo" is stereotyped with wearing [[Hip-Huggers|Close-fitting jeans]], sometimes in bright colors, and tight [[T-shirt]]s (usually short-sleeved) which often bear the names of emo bands. Studded [[belt (clothing)|belts]] and black wristbands can be accessories in emo fashion. Some males can also be often wearing thick, black [[horn-rimmed]] glasses.<ref>http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2002/Jan/08/il/il01a.html</ref><ref>http://emo-fever.com/emo-clothing.htm</ref><ref>http://www.kidzworld.com/article/24134-fashion-how-to-go-emo#</ref><!---I felt like I needed to correct the fashion a little since I've seen Emos show me their fashion and I've interviewed some and most importantly I put some published and reliable sources leading to real pages that aren't deleted. Although if you feel my edits are incorrect, please come to my talk page and talk to me and we will try to compromise or take a calm debate. But there cannot be any quarreling!--->
   
The emo fashion is also recognized for its hairstyles. Popular looks include long side-swept [[fringe (hair)|bangs]], sometimes covering one or both eyes. Also popular is hair that is straightened and dyed black. Bright colors, such as blue, pink, red, or bleached blond, are also typical as highlights in emo hairstyles. Short, choppy layers of hair are also common. This fashion has at times been characterized as a [[Fads and trends|fad]].<ref name="fairfield">{{cite web | last=Poretta | first=JP | date=2007-03-03 | title=Cheer up Emo Kid, It's a Brand New Day | work=The Fairfield Mirror | url=http://media.www.fairfieldmirror.com/media/storage/paper148/news/2007/03/08/Entertainment/Cheer.Up.Emo.Kid.Its.A.Brand.New.Day-2762635.shtml | accessdate=2007-03-08}}</ref> In the early 2000s, emo fashion was associated with a clean cut look,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2002/Jan/08/il/il01a.html |title=Geek chic look is clean cut |publisher=The.honoluluadvertiser.com |date=2002-01-08 |accessdate=2011-07-30}}</ref> but as the style spread to younger teenagers, the style has become darker, with long bangs and emphasis on the color black replacing [[sweater vest]]s.
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The emo fashion is also recognized for its hairstyles. Popular looks include thin, flat and smooth hair with lots of hair on the sides and back of the head with long side-swept [[fringe (hair)|bangs]], sometimes covering one or both eyes.<!---Do not remove the sides and back hair thing because I put not only to give more description to the hairstyle, but also so that it won't get confused with the devilock hairstyle, which was hairstyle of punk rock---> Also popular is hair that is straightened or dyed black. Bright colors, such as blue, pink, red, or bleached blond, are also typical as highlights in emo hairstyles. Short, choppy layers of hair are also common. <ref>http://emo-fever.com/emo-hair.htm</ref>This fashion has at times been characterized as a [[Fads and trends|fad]].<ref name="fairfield">{{cite web | last=Poretta | first=JP | date=2007-03-03 | title=Cheer up Emo Kid, It's a Brand New Day | work=The Fairfield Mirror | url=http://media.www.fairfieldmirror.com/media/storage/paper148/news/2007/03/08/Entertainment/Cheer.Up.Emo.Kid.Its.A.Brand.New.Day-2762635.shtml | accessdate=2007-03-08}}</ref>However, in the early 2000s, emo fashion was associated with a clean cut look instead, but changed as it spread to teens.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2002/Jan/08/il/il01a.html |title=Geek chic look is clean cut |publisher=The.honoluluadvertiser.com |date=2002-01-08 |accessdate=2011-07-30}}</ref>
   
Emo has been associated with a stereotype that includes being particularly emotional, sensitive, shy, introverted, or [[angst]]-ridden.<ref name="findingemo">{{cite news | last=La Gorce | first=Tammy | date=2007-08-14 | title=Finding Emo | work=[[The New York Times]] | url=http://www.nytimes.com/2005/08/14/nyregion/nyregionspecial2/14njCOVER.html?pagewanted=1 | accessdate=2007-10-20 }}</ref><ref>{{cite web | last=Bunning | first=Shane | date=2006-06-08 | title=The attack of the clones: an emo-lution in the fashion industry | work=[http://www.uq.edu.au/journ-comm/index.html?page=35069&pid= Newspace, University of Queensland, School of Journalism and Communication.] | url=http://www.newspace.uq.edu.au/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=288 | accessdate=2007-10-20 }}</ref><ref>{{cite web | last=Stiernberg | first=Bonnie | date=2007-03-13 | title=What is emo? | work=[http://www.dailyillini.com/ The Daily illini] | url=http://media.www.dailyillini.com/media/storage/paper736/news/2007/03/13/Diversions/What-Is.Emo-2773568.shtml | accessdate=2007-10-20 }}</ref> It has also been associated with [[depression (mood)|depression]], [[self-injury]], and [[suicide]].<ref name="daily mail">{{cite news | last=Sands | first=Sarah | date=August 16, 2006 | title=EMO cult warning for parents | work=[[The Daily Mail]] | url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=400953&in_page_id=1770 | accessdate=2007-03-11}}</ref><ref>{{cite web | last=Walsh | first=Jeremy | date=2007-10-18 | title=Bayside takes Manhattan | work=[http://TimesLedger.com Queens Time Ledger] | url=http://www.timesledger.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=18931360&BRD=2676&PAG=461&dept_id=542408&rfi=6 | accessdate=2007-10-20 |archiveurl = http://web.archive.org/web/20071021003108/http://timesledger.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=18931360&BRD=2676&PAG=461&dept_id=542408&rfi=6 <!-- Bot retrieved archive --> |archivedate = 2007-10-21}}</ref>
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Emo has been associated with a stereotype that includes being particularly emotional, sensitive, shy, introverted, or [[angst]]-ridden.<ref name="findingemo">{{cite news | last=La Gorce | first=Tammy | date=2007-08-14 | title=Finding Emo | work=[[The New York Times]] | url=http://www.nytimes.com/2005/08/14/nyregion/nyregionspecial2/14njCOVER.html?pagewanted=1 | accessdate=2007-10-20 }}</ref><ref>{{cite web | last=Bunning | first=Shane | date=2006-06-08 | title=The attack of the clones: an emo-lution in the fashion industry | work=[http://www.uq.edu.au/journ-comm/index.html?page=35069&pid= Newspace, University of Queens and, School of Journalism and Communication.] | url=http://www.newspace.uq.edu.au/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=288 | accessdate=2007-10-20 }}</ref><ref>{{cite web | last=Stiernberg | first=Bonnie | date=2007-03-13 | title=What is emo? | work=[http://www.dailyillini.com/ The Daily illini] | url=http://media.www.dailyillini.com/media/storage/paper736/news/2007/03/13/Diversions/What-Is.Emo-2773568.shtml | accessdate=2007-10-20 }}</ref> It has also been associated with [[depression (mood)|depression]], [[self-injury]], and [[suicide]].<ref name="daily mail">{{cite news | last=Sands | first=Sarah | date=August 16, 2006 | title=EMO cult warning for parents | work=[[The Daily Mail]] | url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=400953&in_page_id=1770 | accessdate=2007-03-11}}</ref><ref>{{cite web | last=Walsh | first=Jeremy | date=2007-10-18 | title=Bayside takes Manhattan | work=[http://TimesLedger.com Queens Time Ledger] | url=http://www.timesledger.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=18931360&BRD=2676&PAG=461&dept_id=542408&rfi=6 | accessdate=2007-10-20 |archiveurl = http://web.archive.org/web/20071021003108/http://timesledger.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=18931360&BRD=2676&PAG=461&dept_id=542408&rfi=6 <!-- Bot retrieved archive --> |archivedate = 2007-10-21}}</ref>
   
 
==Criticism and controversy==
 
==Criticism and controversy==
Reason: ANN scored at 0.965399
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Friday, the 23rd of October 2015 at 07:30:28 AM
Status: Reported
Saturday, the 8th of September 2012 at 07:12:17 PM #88151
Anonymous (anonymous)

Please read my edits very carefully

Friday, the 23rd of October 2015 at 07:30:28 AM #101925
Bradley (anonymous)

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