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  • 1. HIPPIES
  • 2. They are a counterculture movement, libertarian and pacifist, born in the 1960s in the United Kingdom
  • 3. The English word hippie derives from hipster who used to be used to describe beatniks previous subculture
  • 4. The hippies listening to psychedelic rock, folk groove and rebellious, embraced the sexual revolution and believed in free love.
  • 5. Some participated in radical activism and the use of marijuana and hallucinogens such as LSD and other drugs with the intent to achieve altered states of consciousness, in fact a form of rebellion by the homogeneity of concepts offered by the system.
  • 6. Like all movements this is also expressed in fashion, art and music, being a reference the famous Woodstock festival held on a farm in upstate New York between 15 to August 17, 1969. Thousands of young people went to this event "three days of peace and love" to listen to singers like Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, The Who, Janis Joplin and Jimmy Hendrix, among others.
  • 7. Features
  • 8. Brightly colored clothing (psychedelic aesthetic) or, failing faded: floral shirts or very colorful long skirts, bell bottoms. It also inspired non-Western dress styles, like clothes Native American, Indian and African, and adopted as the flower symbols or motifs of American Indians. Many hippies were fashioned their own clothes, in protest at the "consumer culture"
  • 9. Free love, exemplified in his rejection of the institution of marriage as mandatory and the development of sexual behavior free from regulations Christian Church or the State, seen as interference in personal life and individual freedom obstacle. They are generally tolerant of homosexuality and bisexuality. They are also known to appreciate the pleasure and sex values associated beneficial for people.
  • 10. LOVE AND PEACE