Documentry looking at the aspects of being gay also a Skinhead
Wednesday, 15 December 2010
Last month, we entered new Queerty territory by unveiling The Narcissist Issue. Now, as Halloween approaches, we're going to scare the pants off you with The Totally Frightful Issue. From now until All Hallows' Eve, we'll be churning out the most horrifying, terrifying, blood-curdling stories this side of gayville. With pieces on scary styles, deranged artists, and twisted love, you're bound to shit yourself, so best to have an extra pair of undies readily available...
Sunday, 12 December 2010
Interview with James West, (Member of an active skinhead gang)
12 December 2010
1. What attracted you most to becoming a skinhead?
James: “To me it was a mix of things, the music, from the trojan label reggae to the oi! Punk, and the clean cut image itself, to me it was sharp, but hard wearing, it seemed to suit my way of life.”
2. Have you only adopted the image of a skinhead, or do you hold the values and ideologies also?
James: “It depends what you consider to be 'skinhead ideologies'. A lot of people think its right wing and intolerant, but its largely a misconception and the whole culture came from reggae music and Jamaican rude boys. If anything its about unity and good music, and I feel I have adopted this.”