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Rude boys

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Rude boys  - Skinhead Women T-shirt

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This classic tee offers plenty of room and is ideal for most body types. Contoured and side seamed for a feminine fit ITEM RUNS SMALL.
  • Brand: Fruit of the Loom | Product ID: L3930R
  • 100% preshrunk cotton (heather gray is 90% cotton/10% polyester. Heather Pink, Purple, Coral & Black are 50% cotton/50% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 5.0 oz (mid-weight)
  • Product runs small, check size chart
  • Double-stitched seams at shoulder, sleeve, collar and waist
  • Durable and reliable
  • Available in a wide variety of colors
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Style: Men / Unisex
Fit: Slimmer fit
Product Type ID: 347
SID: rAdv0BvABZCrLZwqoOan-347-8
DID: 1003071306

Product measures: Women's T-Shirt

Fit: Slimmer fit

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Trojan Women T-shirts

Trojan skinheads (also known as traditional skinheads or trads) are individuals who identify with the original British skinhead subculture of the middle 1960s, when ska, rocksteady, reggae, and soul music were popular, and there was a heavy emphasis on mod-influenced clothing styles. Named after the record label Trojan Records, these skinheads identify with the subculture's Jamaican rude boy and British working class roots.
Because of their appreciation of music played by black people, they tend to be non-racist.
Trojan skinheads usually dress in a typical 1960s skinhead style, which includes items such as button-down Ben Sherman shirts, Fred Perry polo shirts, braces, fitted suits, cardigans, tank tops, Harrington jackets and Crombie-style overcoats. Hair is generally between a 2 and 4 grade clip-guard (short, but not bald), in contrast to the shorter-haired punk-influenced Oi! skins of the 1980s.
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Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice (SHARP) Women T-shirts

Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice (SHARP) are anti-racist skinheads who oppose white power boneheads, neo-fascists, and other political racists, particularly if they identify themselves as skinheads. SHARPs aim to reclaim the multicultural identity of the original skinheads, hijacked by racists. Beyond the common opposition to racism, SHARP professes no political ideology or affiliation, stressing the importance of the Jamaican influence in the original late-1960s skinhead movement. The SHARPs and the Red and Anarchist Skinheads (RASH) value direct action and self-defense against neo-Nazis. The movement has its origins in the multi-ethnic roots of the skinhead cultural identity.

Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice was founded in 1986 in New York City. It emerged as a response by suburban adolescents to the bigotry of the growing White Power Movement. Traditional skinheads (Trads) were formed as a way to show that the skinhead subculture was not based on racism and political extremism. In 1989, Roddy Moreno of the Oi! band The Oppressed designed a new SHARP logo based on the Trojan Records' logo and started promoting SHARP ideals to British skinheads. SHARP then spread throughout Europe and in other continents.

Anti-fascist and anti-racist, the SHARP's refer to extreme right-wing skinheads as “boneheads”, a pejorative term. In return, boneheads call them “reds” (a term relating to a supposed or actual affiliation to the political left) or “redskins”. Neo-nazis and white power skinheads hate the SHARP movement. But many people may confuse SHARP members with racists since their appearance is superficially similar: shaved heads, denim, lace-up boots, button-down shirts, and braces. But SHARPs listen to culturally influenced music such as reggae, ska, punk, hardcore, and Oi!. An outgrowth of SHARP is the Red and Anarchist Skinheads (RASH), formed in the United States in 1993 by redskins and anarcho-skinheads.
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Rude Boy Women T-shirts

Rude Boy (or rudie) is a slang term that originated in 1960s Jamaican street culture, and that is still used today. In the late 1970s, there was a revival in England of the terms rude boy and rude girl, among other variations, being used to describe fans of two-tone ska. The use of these terms moved into the more contemporary ska-punk movement as well. In the UK, the terms rude boy and rude girl are used in a way similar to gangsta, yardie, or badman. In the 1960s, the Jamaican diaspora introduced rude boy music and fashion to the UK, which influenced the mod and skinhead subcultures. In the late 1970s, the term rude boy and rude boy fashions came back into use after the ska band The Specials and their record label 2 Tone Records instigated a brief but influential ska revival. In this spirit, The Clash contributed "Rudie Can't Fail" on their 1979 album, London Calling.

In Jamaica, the rude boys and rude girls were young Jamaican thugs from the ghettos, fallen into delinquency and sowing terror, some being real gangsters. In rage against the institutions, the economic fatality, they spit out their resentment of unemployment, injustices, and the immobility of capitalist society. Quite the opposite of teddy boys. They regularly go to sound systems where they sometimes play for a living.
In Great Britain, the rough boys listen mainly to ska music, which is characterized by groups like Madness or The Specials, which cover certain famous tracks of Prince Buster, recorded with Two-Tone Records, the "revival" of Jamaican ska, after the wave of the punk movement which saw the resurgence of former Jamaican artists, like Laurel Aitken, nicknamed the godfather of ska. They mingled with English mods in the 1960s, which gave birth to skinheads. the skinhead movement is, therefore, in its origins and in its traditions, a mixed and multicultural movement; it is not uncommon to see black skinheads in 1969 although many white skinheads will become politicized on the far right thereafter.
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