Essay On The Rave Culture Every human being in their life has been criticized for doing something that they truly love. Whether it is art, sports, music career, religion or a certain cult that they are involved in. This is exactly what is happening to the young people all over the world that dress in flashy clothes, carry glow-sticks and party until the crack of dawn. Most people, no matter how old, have probably heard of raves in their life. Though is what they have been told by the media, gossip in their families and talk on the streets about these certain partygoers really true? By examining the history, stereotypes, and general information about this culture, one may see how raves impact society.
Raves began mainly in the United Kingdom, when DJs began experimenting with house music, and bore Deep House and Techno. Even today the UK has the biggest rave scene and therefore suppress great individualism, since the