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The gothic subculture, as much of the subcultures, has a more mainstream version of its collective which resides close to the actual subculture, and by mainstream is often mistaken for its father-category, but is often scorned by goths themselves as being a more style-over-substance collective.

Named because it is generally comprised of teenagers, a younger large audience than the gothic culture itself, the members of the baby-goth group often wear makeup and black clothes as goths do, but are much more attracted to anti-christian and satanic elements, excessive eye-liner, black lipstick, trench-coats, and band t-shirts.

Music is a major influence of the culture, lead by artists such as Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie, Korn, and other teen-angst based bands of which image plays a main part, as an exaggerated and more vulgar interpretation of the gothic imagery.
Marilyn Manson, The character 'Nancy' from the motion picture 'The Craft', though baby-goths do appear in famous roles, mostly they are found congregating and socialising in their teen years.
by Aston Clulow January 16, 2004
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A youngling- usually still fourteen and at the pretentious stage, before they grow up and realise that you don't have to lie and agnst to impress the older ones. usually about 14, the size of a large teddy-bear, and still care about what others think, no matter how they deny it.
Many never grow out of it. They're funny, mainly because they're obviously bored and boring.
awwwwr... look at the cute ickle babygoth.
by feline March 09, 2005
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