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Peace, Love, Unity, Respect

Summary: An overview of rave culture, whose participants are misunderstood because they do not comply with the routine consistency of what some believe everyday life should be. The doctrine of the rave community, PLUR (Peace, Love, Unity, Respect) and its principles of freedom and self-expression refute common perceptions of this movement.
We intently display ourselves sporting the most fashion conscious trends in our suburban manifestations of white picketed, identically boxed houses. However, what would happen if your neighbour's white picket fence was no longer white but psychedelic orange, and instead of quaint jazz music, hard electro-dance would blast out of their windows? Certainly the average Joe would have a few choice words about the situation.

Funny enough, America is known as the land of the free, but ironically we are still fighting the restrictions of social enclosure. Our society spews its conformist values on anything it surrounds, and in the moment that one seems "different", we quiver. Amongst these individuals are ravers, members of a grossly misunderstood sub-culture that often encounters stereotypical generalizations. However, ravers are nothing of a menace to society, but the heart of culturally acceptable behaviours.

People typically see raves as a place to propagate unorthodox...

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