Yarn Goddess Cosplay

2018 is the year I decided to throw my voice in the mix and talk about cosplay community issues such as race, cosplay politics and overall share my experience and observations as a African-Caribbean Cosplayer. 

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How to Support a Cosplayer
a month ago
Creating. Content. Isn’t. Cheap. As a cosplayer, I can’t begin to tally up how much I’ve spent on supplies, photographers, conventions and MY TIME on creating a new cosplay. I try to cut corners like ...
"You're Pretty for a Black Girl"
a month ago
I’m going to get emotional for this one, so let’s go. A few weeks ago I had posted on my IG about “compliments” I’ve received as a nerdy woman of color. Phrases like, “You’re so well spoken for a blac...
Dear White Cosplayers
2 months ago
If you’ve made it past the title then it’s safe to assume you’re either curious or think this article is about something COMPLETELY different then what I am about to explain. I’m here, yet again, to t...
How to Be an Ally to Your POC Cosplayers
4 months ago
The cosplay community is full of creative and nerdy individuals who love to come together to embrace their fellow nerds in fandom shenanigans. As much as the community embraces our differences, we sti...
Queen City Anime Convention: Year 2 Recap
5 months ago
Queen City Anime Convention (QCAC), held August 20-23rd, is in their second year as one of Charlotte, NC's most popular anime conventions. Last year—their first year—QCAC was a 1-day convention and ha...
AkaiCon 2018 Recap
6 months ago
AkaiCon held on July 27-29, 2018 in Lebanon, Tennessee, has reached its fifth year as one of Tennessee's best anime conventions. Last year, the up and coming con was held at the Sheraton Music City Ho...