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It is distinguished by its discontent with society in general, and specifically society's disapproval of the gay, bisexual, lesbian and transgender communities.Queercore expresses itself in a DIY style through zines, music, writing, art and film.D.s Top Ten Homocore Hit Parade Tape, a cassette which included bands from Canada, such as Fifth Column; Nikki Parasite, Big Man, and Bomb from the U.S.; from England, The Apostles, Academy 23 and No Brain Cell; and, from New Zealand, Gorse. Other early queercore bands included Anti-Scrunti Faction, who appeared in J.
Some of the bands appearing later in the mid-1990s on the label include Sta-Prest, Cypher in the Snow and Behead the Prophet, No Lord Shall Live.
It was also at this time in the early 1990s that Riot Grrrl emerged.
"In many ways the angry- girl genre owes its existence to punk homocore 'zines..." writes Emily White in Rock She Wrote.
In England, in the anarcho-punk scene, Andy Martin of The Apostles was equally forthright. Emerging out of the anarchist scene, at first the editors of J.
Politically motivated US bands such as MDC and 7 Seconds also introduced anti-homophobia messages into their songs at this time, while the Nip Drivers included a song titled "Quentin", dedicated to Quentin Crisp, in their repertoire. D.s had chosen the appellation "homocore" to describe the movement but replaced the word homo with queer to better reflect the diversity of those involved, as well as to disassociate themselves completely from the confines of gay and lesbian orthodoxy.