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Section - 15. What can I do if I have no local scene?

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Participation in the goth scene is still feasible if you live in a 
remote area or a town with little alternative night-life.  The Internet 
along with the various magazine resources make it possible to explore 
the culture, discover new music, and find out about events within 
travelling distance.  Forums like uk.people.gothic are useful for 
finding out whether there are any friendly goths in your local area.

Visiting goth nightclubs in the larger cities can be fun, but that 
doesn't mean travelling goths should abandon all hope once they return 
home.  Many adopt a local alternative, indie or rock pub/club, and are 
able to exert a little influence over the CDs in the jukebox.  
Additionally, DJs can be more willing to take requests at the start of 
an evening, especially if no-one outside the goth crowd is dancing.

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