GearJunkie counterposes pictures of real lumberjacks and hipsters who look totally ridiculous.
Cultural pundits have blamed both Mad Men and hipsters for modernizing sexism.
This leaves a “minority” who can be defined as the enemy: gay activists, hipsters, Pussy Riot.
The sad fact is that in American cities, poor people—not hipsters or yuppies—constitute the fastest-growing population.
hipsters are often accused of fashionable contrarianism, relevant only to a marginal, self-styled elite.
From hipsters to Mad Men to A Streetcar Named Desire to pompadours and victory rolls, nostalgic revivals are everywhere.
The Times, as could be expected, drew a picture of hipsters “re-creating urban core life” in the suburbs.
Cities have lost billions of dollars in federal funds because of hipsters.
The New York Post, feisty Boswell of the Big Apple, chronicles a delicious battle in Brooklyn between Hasidic Jews and hipsters.
Modern conservatives rightly (as it were) define themselves against the culture at large; hipsters seek to do so as well.