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hippies

1960s “dropouts of American culture” usually identified with very long hair adorned with flowers. [Popular Culture: Misc.]
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Travelling was one of the keys to the hippie movement.
'What is called the hippie movement involves an alteration of consciousness towards some kind of greater awareness and greater individuality.
By continually throwing such wry hitches and glitches into the mix, Hippie reminds us of the unreliable, mutable, and vulnerable nature of all creative decision making--and all ways of seeing.
It will not be a lifestyle that is reserved for, and limited to, those "hippie" types who are trying to be different.
The only thing more stereotypically 'Ibiza' than a crochet dress and rope sandals was, possibly, straight up nudity -a hippie innovation which shot Spain's conservative beaches from Franco's dark age into the enlightenment of the 20th century.
In Daughters of Aquarius, Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo challenges popular stereotypes and explores the lived experiences of young women who embraced hippie life in the 1960s and 1970s.
A significant part of the United States counter-culture movement of the 1960s and 70s included thousands of adventuresome hippies engaged in spiritual pilgrimages to eastern destinations such as India Nepal Iran and other Hindu Buddhist and Muslim countries.
Founder Graham Hill has been featured in such magazines as Vanity Fair, Wired and Giant and was dubbed "The Modern Hippie" by Time Magazine.
His Whole Earth background might make it easy to pigeonhole Brand as a back-to-the-land hippie. But his worldview didn't arise merely from hanging out with the Merry Pranksters and other bohemian arts gangs of the '60s.
Their faces shone in the night, and their tanned bodies, covered in colorful hippie clothes, moved along with the music.
Vera, who doesn't wish her last name publicized because of her work as a pastoral counselor, hails from New York, and is candid about her former life only because the story of her subsequent conversion "gives glory to God." A "child of the sixties", she came of age when the hippie movement was gaining ascendancy, and while the hippies got a few things right, their belief that "you have to have sex, or you won't be integrated psychologically" was directly opposed to God's order.