|03-10-2011, 02:20 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2011
For those with experiences of the 1960's counterculture..
If either you or someone you knew participated at least in part in the 1960s counterculture, what are your experiences of that? What did you take away from it, and what were your perceptions of other people who lived it?
I'm not really interested in hearing from people who never lived it or don't know anyone who did, unless it's really insightful, i.e. not "just a bunch of party animals" or "bums and drugs everywhere", etc.
The reason is because, well, quite simply I'm fascinated with it, but also because I haven't heard many firsthand experiences except on documentaries and such. I'm curious to hear what the effect of participating in such a culture was long-term. Obviously most of those young hippies grew up and lived a different life (or they continued to live the same life), but what lasting impact did it have? And what impact did it have on them/you when they/you were living it? Thanks.
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