If your site pertains to the biker lifestyle it belongs here. If the site is more about your bike than it is you, it also belongs here, because to some people their bike is their life. If your site is about a particular brand of motorcycle and says nothing about the person riding it, please go to the motorcycles category.Traditional definition of biker: A man who leads a lifestyle that revolves around being part of the brotherhood of riders of American-made motorcycles. Contemporary definition of biker: A person who leads a lifestyle that revolves around being part of the brotherhood and sisterhood of motorcycle riders, and share traditional attitudes about the code of the road. More controversial questions: Are Fair Weather Riders(FWR) bikers? They are motorcycle enthusiasts, and there is nothing wrong with that. Are yuppies, on motorcycles you can't afford, bikers? Do an attitude check. The answer lies more in whether or not they've got your back when you need them. Whomever you have for friends is up to you. In conclusion, bikers is a lifestyle. Sometimes it is a "Lifestyle with Attitude".
This category is only for general subculture oriented sites. No subculture-specific link sites will be accepted. If you have a website related to a specific subculture, please submit it to the appropriate category.This category is for general subculture-oriented link sites.
This category is for sites relevant generally to the emo subculture, not necessarily the musicThe emo subculture is associated with emo music but also extends into appearance, behavior, and perspectives on life. Usually defined to have its roots in punk subculture as well as some attributes of gothic fashion and subculture.
If your site is related to emo music styles, please consider
Arts/Music/Styles/R/Rock/Emo to find out where your music site best fits.
This area is for news and discussion sites enjoyed primarily by Geeks. If you are a Slashdot-alike this is the place for you. Please try to provide original content (and plenty of it) to ensure addition to this category.Geeks and Nerds, those misfits of society. Whatever your interest, be it coding, books, Role Playing or online gaming, there are sites out there to promote the geek lifestyle and reassure you that you aren't alone, and you might just be cool too.
Please submit your site to the appropriate subcategory where applicable. If your site is about music, please submit it to Arts/Music/Styles/Rock/Gothic. If your site sells Gothic merchandise, please submit it to Shopping/Niche/Gothic.Just what makes one a "Gothic" or "Goth" one might ask?
Please note that this is for sites relevant to the subculture, not necessarily the music. There are specific categories for Industrial music that perhaps your site is better suited for. Please refer to : Arts/Music/Styles/R/Rock/Industrial/ to find out where your music site best fits.This category is dedicated to the Industrial subculture, also referred to as Rivethead subculture. It grew out as a daughter of the Punk subculture (along with the Gothic subculture). It is heavily influenced by (and influences) the Industrial music genere, comprised of bands such as Skinny Puppy, KMFDM, Pig, Leaether Strip, Pigface, etc. Industrial subculture is historically very close to Gothic subculture; many individuals find themselves on a line between the two. The major difference is that while Gothic subculture tends to be based on sadness, and Punk on rebellion, Industrial is based on aggression.
All submissions are welcome, as long as they pertain to the mod movement.Mod/Modernism is a movement which includes, but is not limited to, dressing sharp in 1960s-influenced attire, listening to mod/power-pop, ska, soul, jazz, and usually jetting about on Vespa or Lambretta scooters. The 1979 revival brought Mod into the spotlight, with The Jam at the helm.
This category covers punk as a subculture. If the site is more into music it belongs in the Punk Music category.As rock 'n' roll became bigger and bigger in the '70s, it was time for another revolution - a return to a basic, raw, three-chord sound, namely, punk. From the streets of New York City and London, punk rock reverberated around the world and turned the rock 'n' roll status quo on its head. This category catalogs the punk movement in a social context, rather than focusing on the music aspect of punk.
Please only submit completed sites to this category.Rave is a word which was originally used by the British media in 1989 to describe the radical shift from dancing on disco dance floors too large, all night parties thrown in warehouses, country fields, and other such locations. Today, raves are known as night long parties where loud techno music is played. A common philosophy among ravers is PLUR - peace, love, unity, and respect. This category is dedicated to the rave culture, its philosophy and lifestyle.
The main focus of your web page should be about traditional skinheads (without political deviations from the original subculture).Traditional skinheads (without political deviations from the original subculture). Very similar to mod and punk subcultures.