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An_Old_Big_Tree wrote

It's always interesting to see anarchists who don't look countercultural or unusual at all. People who seem completely normal for their time, wearing square clothing, just educated and compassionate people.

I suppose it's mostly the queerness of the anarchists that I know that make them stand out so much, but thinking about US anarchists, so many of them look subcultural. It does seem that in those days there was more homogeneity of clothing in general, but it's still odd for me.