The dark world of goths is one of the most diverse and healthy subcultures, flourishing in all kinds of communities worldwide. www.wikihow.com/Be-Goth
  1. Goth + Jock = Joth
    Ever wanted to play sports but not be a conformist at the same time? www.wikihow.com/Be-Joth
  2. Pastel Goth
    Want to look like one of those ultra trendy pastel goths with the pastel hair and inverted crosses? www.wikihow.com/Be-a-Pastel-Goth
  3. Glitter Goth
    Glitter Goth is more of a perky kind of Goth. They have a sweet and bubbly personality and like to stand out a bit. But let's not forget--they're still Goths. www.wikihow.com/Be-Glitter-Goth
  4. Romantic Goth
    Romantic Goths bring out the emotional, sensual side in the Goth culture. They don’t always dress in black or wear heavy makeup, as society seems to think of all Goths. They are creative and intelligent, as well as serene and yes, romantic. If you’re ready to learn how to embrace the soft and dreamy side of Goth culture, simply read on. www.wikihow.com/Be-a-Romantic-Goth
  5. Gothic Lolita
    Lolita is one of Japan's many popular street fashions that is growing in popularity in the Western world, meant to make the wearer look youthful and innocent. Gothic Lolita is a subset of the Lolita culture, and is (unsurprisingly) a cross between goth and Lolita styles. Although cosplaying can be incredibly time-consuming and expensive, it is also a fun hobby with a very inclusive, lively community. www.wikihow.com/Be-a-Gothic-Lolita
  6. Cyber Goth
    Cyber Goth is quite the opposite of some other gothic styles, which focus on the past. Cyber is more a look toward the future, where UV, progressive fashions, huge shoes and boots, wild hair extensions, goggles, cybernetics and body modification is the way forward. www.wikihow.com/Be-Cyber-Goth
  7. Classy Goth
    "Classy" is a rare category of goth. "Classy" goth people aren't always recognized immediately as goth, but are always noticed and picked out as being unique. www.wikihow.com/Be-a-Classy-Goth
  8. Medieval Goth
    While many goths love the Victorian era, some tend to relate with the Medieval ages. Even though most goths know that the dark ages were named so for plagues, raids, and general chaos, this style represents a more romanticized feel. www.wikihow.com/Be-a-Medieval-Goth
  9. Baby Goth
    Every person in the Goth subculture has started out as a Baby Goth. This guide exists to guide those Baby Goths out there who do not have anyone in their lives to show them the way. www.wikihow.com/Be-a-Pleasant-Baby-Goth