Friday, August 1, 2014

BeCos(play) Anybody Can be a Killjoy

Group claims harassment not a fantasy at Comic-Con

 Okay, message to angry feminazi's who probably don't know Star Trek from Star Wars: When a young lady puts on a metal bikini and goes to a con it's a very unsubtle way of saying, "I would like some attention please." And for the most part(no humans are perfect) that attention will be flattering and polite. If a young lady puts on a pair of jeans and a Starwars T-shirt she is subtly saying, "I don't feel like attention, thankyou." and she will be overlooked in favor of the young lady in the metal bikini who desires the attention while she goes and gets autographs and memorabilia.

By the way the guy from the gym who's doing the 300 cosplay will probably be getting a lot of "attention" as well.

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    1. Pay no attention to the Keads dressed up as "the Doctor" with all the nubile young "companions" hanging around him;)

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  2. Maybe it's just me, but I got the impression that maybe some of the "Geeks for CONsent" were perhaps a little less attractive than some who might be photographed more, and there could be more than a little envy or jealousy involved here.

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    1. You mean when you're trying to pull of "Slave Leia" and people keep complementing you on your "Slave Jabba"?

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  3. As the CON I was at put up everywhere. Costume does not equal consent. On the other hand, it is sad but true that some con goers are not housebroken, have no social skills and don't know what to do. You can easily spot them as they are the ones drooling (male and female) over the costuming or lack thereof.

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    1. I still have to wonder how much of this is sour grapes, due to high status females(attractive) finding a way to socialize with a new breed of high status males(rich geeks).

      This also gives feminists another outlet to protest the costumes in fandom which yes are still designed to appeal to the primary market, male geeks.

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