You don't see that many brown goths. For a brown person to be a goth, we have to "white up", and that takes effort - the kind of effort better expended on making "80085" with calculators or memorising all the words to The Shamen's Ebeneezer Goode.
But when I was young, I wanted to be a goth. I wanted to look scary and aloof and cool. I didn't, in other words, want to look like this:
No. That was not my aim. I knew what my aim was, and ten years later I achieved it. So here, for your viewing pleasure, is me as a goth:
Sisters, have mercy.