"Bombing For Peace Is Like Fucking For Virginity." This was on a sign in the 1960s during during a Vietnam War protest.

The challenges and visions reflected in my Hippie Trails novels are still in motion . Here's to the Revolution of Peace & Love! (sign in the during during a Vietnam War protest.

I love the natural look on these young women; not a blush, mascara or lipstick has touched their faces.  The clothing is pure bohemian and their hair uncombed.  A snapshot of the late 60's.

Straight out of Haight-Ashbery San Francisco which is right by Golden Gate Park where a lot of Love-ins and Sit-ins took place from around

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Hippies: A History Lesson

Hippies  The hippie movement of the 1960s based itself on the concept of not conforming to socially approved patterns of behaviour and indulging in a form of gentle anarchy. Nakedness was celebrated ...

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Hippies The hippie movement of the based itself on the concept of not conforming to socially approved patterns of behaviour and indulging in a form of gentle anarchy. Nakedness was celebrated .

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refresh ask&faq archive theme Welcome to fy hippies! This site is obviously about hippies. There are occasions where we post things era such as the artists of the and the most famous concert in hippie history- Woodstock!

LOS ANGELES – MARCH 26, 1967: Hippies gather at Elysian Park for a ‘Love-In,’ a celebration of peace and love, at Eysian Park in Los Angeles, California, on March 26, 1967. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES – MARCH Hippies gather at Elysian Park for a ‘Love-In,’ a celebration of peace and love, at Eysian Park in Los Angeles, California, on March (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

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"Bombing For Peace Is Like Fucking For Virginity." This was on a sign in the during during a Vietnam War protest.

Vietnam War protesters used denim and cottons as medium for self-expression by adding embroidery, patches, and painted messages to their clothing.

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The concept of Flower Power also emerged as a passive resistance to the Vietnam War during the late The beat poet Allen Ginsberg coined the expression in 1965 as a way for people to turn war into peace.

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