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About sharing Police in Manchester have begun recording attacks on members of sub-cultures, such as goths, emos and punks, as hate crimes.

But how do you define and protect these groups? The problem of hate crimes against sub-cultures has been of mounting concern since the murder of Sophie Lancaster in The student and her boyfriend were set upon by a gang of teenagers in a park. The victims were targeted because they were goths. ly, assaults have only been recorded as hate crimes when involving race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or transgender identity. These groups can usually be demarcated relatively clearly, but is it more difficult to identify what makes someone a goth, emo or punk?

The Oxford English Dictionary defines a goth as "a performer or Fuck a girl Offutt AFB Nebraska of [goth] music, or anyone who adopts a similar appearance, alternwtive through the use of dark eye make-up and pale skin colouring, dark clothes, and bulky metallic jewellery".

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Central allternative their definition is "free-thinking and rejection of dogma". The OED's definition of emo is purely musical: "derived from hardcore punk music and characterised by emotional, usually introspective lyrics".

While people might have certain assumptions about the way emos dress, precise delineations are not clear. They often dress similarly to goths, but the emo fashion for spiky, coloured hair and studded clothing seems to show punk influences. One thing that is clear from the way emos gotg goths choose to define themselves is that a single definition does not exist.

Emo and goth identity is discussed in detail among both communities online. Many goths and emos feel sidelined by mainstream society and see their goth or emo identity as a way to express this. emo punk clothing

Debates rage among the online communities about what music and fashion is or is not goth or emo, but all see a,ternative as an effective way of expressing themselves. It creates a sense of community and feeling that they belong.

The goth style draws on horror imagery, and both sexes often favour a 'feminine' style. Greater Manchester Police named goths, punks, emos and metallers as people of an "alternative sub-culture identity" in their ejo of hate crimes. The problem of violence and discrimination has existed for some time, says Alex Milas, editor of Metal Hammer, a metal music magazine.

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This is an acknowledgment that we do exist as a group of people, there is a problem, and we are victims of harassment and violence. I have long hair and like metal music, but have no facial piercings.

Am I 'metal' enough to be protected? If the victim says they alteenative an emo, and believes they were victimised because of it, Manchester police would treat it as a hate crime.

Where police have not been able to establish a crime was committed, they can record a lesser "hate incident". Skaters are a group that probably should be recognised.

They are often victims of these kinds of attacks, but it is not clear if they are included. Of course, there will be plenty of people who recognise themselves toth being in some sort of sub-culture but believe that identifying individuals using a checklist is impossible. Altfrnative a list of protected groups also risks excluding people for whom the difference in their appearance - like skaters - may be less obvious, but who still need some sort of protection.

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Lucy Robinson, a historian at the University of Sussex specialising in identity politics, argues that Meet locals Belton people have moved away from narrow concepts of identity and tend to have "a collection of varied cultural identities". The clothing and style of goths and emos challenge traditional gender roles and perceptions of female beauty. The attacks on them involve issues such as misogyny, homophobia and class prejudices.