Where is the Funeral? How the Color Black Became Associated with Death and Mourning. [SPOKESMODEL ARTICLE]
Where is the funeral? is a question that many Gothic people have been asked while out and about in their Gothic garb. In modern society much of the population considers the color black to be the color of mourning, with entirely black outfits being viewed as funeral attire. Black clothing as the fashion for mourning is not a modern idea. It is routed in western/European tradition beginning as early as the formation of Rome itself and has continued to evolve into the mourning clothes worn in the present day.
Hanging out at the Rotting Corpse Production table during ScareFest 2015 would prove to be a life-changing experience. A young actress by the name of Sonya Delormier asked if I would help to promote an upcoming Kentucky film called The Wicked One, and handed me a postcard-sized picture of the movie cover. Being a huge fan of independent horror films I was more than happy to spread the word. Never did I imagine I’d also end up being part of this slasher flick!
This gallery is from 2016’s Night School Dance held on August 26th, 2016 at the Bar Complex in Lexington, KY. The Undead were out of class early to tear it up on the dance floor!
ScareFest 9 had fans of old-school slasher films very excited, as this year they had numerous guest celebrities from the classic campsite horror films such as Friday the 13th and Sleepaway Camp. Needless to say there were many cosplayers this year dressed up as the famous slasher, Jason Voorhees.
DGM writer, Veronika Gypsy, explores the controversial theory of what the Goth subculture is…which Goth is? Alternative opinions and theories are welcomed as this is designed to start the ball rolling on conversing about Gothic outlooks!
Started a year ago by Miss Mortis as a Gothic dance party at the famous San Francisco LGBT club, The STUD Bar (www.studsf.com/ ), Club Bodice is a monthly Body Positive dance party for folks of all sizes, with the goal being for folks to be comfortable, have fun, and feel safe. Now their anniversary party is coming up with a very special dedication and we had a chance to chat with Miss Mortis all about it!