A form of aggressive dance that came from ghetto hip-hop culture and popularised by more cutting edge artists like Missy Elliot. It involves jolty fast movements and angry attitudes. It originated as a way of fighting and venting anger without physical contact.
Camp 80s pop music movement in Britain which produced several noted performers and artists.
Culture club, Leigh Bowery, David LaChapelle, Kate Bush, Adam and the Ants.
Modeled themselves on the Romantic period of the 1800s which focused on love and joy etc. as the way to live your life.
Men wearing make-up and dressing more effeminitely was a popular part of New-Romanticism.