A time where drag and underground culture in New York were just being born. This is a great time of the club kids. This is from the late 1980s to early 1990s a time of difference and a time where they made a name for themselves wearing fashions that people have never seen before. The era where flamboyant clothing or gender neutral clothing was just starting to be a part of mainstream fashion. This is one of our favorite times. This is where individuals like Michael Alig, James st James, Amanda Lepore, RuPaul, Richie Rich, Mathu Andersen, Zaldy and more. This is a time right after the days of studio 54 scene where we will get pack to this point later on. This is a time where they had to stand out from the crowd and march together for the love of difference, fashion, arts, and culture all mixed to one. They made a movie out of this which is called “Party Monster”. The group was a force to reckon with and still part of mainstream fashion and media today. They were a new culture that people called underground youth culture. Liberation from their counterparts in the society.
They were called names of a cult of crazy fashion petulance. They were master manipulators and they used their power to get people to come to clubs. This is a time where heavy drugs were in place and they had to make work for themselves by stepping outside the box. They have to make more waves and bigger noise so they can be noticed and they can make their way into the society that subjected them and put them in the corner. During this time they made their own limelight. They were introduced to the media such as the late Joan Rivers. They were then called “Meet five people with a dream, and a wardrobe from hell. They were the new age influences of their time. They used the strength, their difference, their originality to make a statement for themselves. A lot of what is in the culture now wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for these amazing creatures. This is when everything was so normal that going to the clubs made them feel rewarding to the bones because they feel like they are making a difference by experimenting difference. This time is a time to be celebrated now. These are the people who have paid the dues for individuals like me and him who are not the norm and never will be the norm. To make a difference to know where to stand and what to say. To encourage and not to harm people is where we should go back into. This was a scene that even now to this day have malice because of what they made and how provoking they are in the culture of the world.
This magazine celebrates and stands with this time. Today the millennia is not even educated on how some people had to do more than what others did. These people are still part of mainstream media still inspiring individuals and standing against diversity with a creative eye. If it wasn’t for this time drag what culture is now won’t be the same. We must be thankful, we must keep on keeping on and educate with the times. It’s now more than ever we believe that love for a person, love for a job, love for equality is where it’s at. If you don’t love the work that you do do something. Start a difference in your heart. We are no way close to the battle of equality and love. But with people like these, they inspire us every day. For this, we thank you, guys. The days of the nightclub scene won’t be the same without what you guys have done. The media won’t be the same we won’t be the same. Today rise to the opinions that matters to you the most. Speak up, Stand up and make a matter. Changing the world with love. Inspiring, educating about our hardships about what the millennia have to offer, and changing the perspective of what society is like. We have a voice clear, we have an idea, we have articles, waves, letters, games and more.Don’t submit to fear and never give up look at them they had a hard time and they pushed on a chased their dreams now they are great gods that we love. Always and forever cart3fromlove.com Happy Motivational Monday. Play the game of love. Come join us in our adventures and spread the love.