The Ghosts Of The Children Wil Wheaton Is Responsible For Killing

Where Have All The Goth Kids Gone?

South Park's more recent depiction of, 'Goth.'

In 1987 this movie came out...

The film is about two Arizona brothers who move to California and end up fighting a gang of vampires.

It encouraged boys with this complexion

Alfalfa from, 'The Little Rascals.'

to dress up in black and become, 'Goth.'

What most people remember about grades 1 to 3 is often contrived.

Normal looking people who freckled as children don't remember when they freckled. It's because you lose all of your friends when it happens.

Children at that age treat those who don't fit in as diseased.

I had a hard time finding a pic of a person with black hair, dark eyes, and freckles. I eventually found this...

Now I've seen a pic of an actor named Cameron Boyce...

I still can't find a photo of a, 'Goth Kid,' with this complexion.

When I was a kid in the 1980s it would be very difficult for a boy that looks like this

to become best friends with a blond boy that looked similar to him.

They'd hang around with minorities at a young age which would stigmatize them.

When I was in grade 5 kids started having romantic relationships.

A pretty blond girl would rather go out with...

Normal-looking boys from wealthier families because all of their best friends had been white and had fit in from grades 1 to 4.

The best-looking blond boy, the redhead, and boys with dark hair/freckles were never that popular and all of that repeated itself in high school.

At my high school classes were Advanced and General. A wealthier boy that looked like this

might do OK for himself in Advanced while a poorer boy in General that looked the same got torn apart.

And people thought that boys that looked like this

made friends with minorities in grade 4 because they don't.