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Hippies were part of the hippie or hippie countercultural movement, which began and developed during the 1960s in the United States.
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Hence, the hippie movement was influenced by and maintained some of the ideals of the Beat Generation, even though they appeared a decade later, in the early 1960s.
The first hippie movements took place in San Francisco, California. They later spread throughout the United States and the rest of the world.
Hippies formed a subculture based mainly on free love and pacifism that initially opposed the Vietnam War but later moved away from political issues.
Hippies favored the practice of meditation, care for the environment, sexual freedom, drug use, listened to psychedelic rock, groove, and folk, and used to practice Hinduism and Buddhism as spiritual experiences different from the conventional ones.
In contrast, hippies were opposed to monogamy, war, consumerism, social structures, and the capitalist system.
Their particular appearance quickly identified hippies. They used to wear loose-fitting, brightly colored clothes and sandals.
In addition, they also had long hair that they wore loose, with braids or ribbons, and many men had long beards.