A few thoughts... Orthodoxy is suppose to transform cultures, but trying to transform or deal with each sub-culture would be an overwhelming, and ultimately futile, effort. What music you listen to or jeans you wear or parties you go to are not things that need to come into the Church; but the language you speak is. Even if we were to focus on Hip-Hop in particular, though, I think what is being suggested is unrealistic. You can't attract people from a sub-culture, weeding out all the stuff you consider "bad," and then expect everyone to play by your rules; if you attract them by being more laid back, accomodating, and open, then you better be prepared to get walked all over by some people. That is not meant as a knock against people into hip-hop, but it's human nature; if you give people an inch, they will take a foot, unless you have rigid guidelines and a system in place to prevent that (whether active stigmatization, authoritarian elders, or whatever). Also, regaring hip-hop in the EO Church, Orthodox worship requires a good bit of sobriety and formality; while people can bring up exceptions to this rule, it still remains the rule, and I think there'd have to be a very good reason to go against it. Just some thoughts..