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Hey guys! Gen Con Indy 2016 is coming up in just over a week and I could not be more excited! I will be at the booth every day of the convention so you have a chance to come and meet me and get things signed any day Thursday through Sunday. I'll be signing various prints, The Cosplay Deviants Collection Vol II, The 2017 Calendar, custom polaroids... And whatever else you may want me to sign! I will also be attending the Game Show on Friday and the party on Saturday so come out, dance, have fun, and catch Pokemon with me! I'm excited to meet those of you that I have not met yet and looking forward to seeing those of you that I met last year! ♡ Bear

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  Since its release, Pokémon GO offers countless players the chance to relive an age of nostalgia and it no doubt has taken the world by storm. My social media feeds are full of posts from friends I have not spoken with in years and yet I find myself excitedly messaging them with updates of my own Pokémon GO adventures. Connections I thought died out in the monotony of adulthood are suddenly thriving anew. And while I am enamored by the opportunity to reconnect with these fellow Pokémon trainers, I would have never begun to imagine the impact this free app would make for complete and total strangers. I have found myself walking the dogs outside, looking around, and seeing any number of individuals (all of varying ages) with their phones in the air and the declaration of, "There's a full grown Venomoth right over here!" and watching others crowd that corner of the park with such abandon you would think they were all ten years o...

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Conventions are a lot of fun for most of us who consider ourselves geeks. Whether it's based on sci-fi, anime, My Little Pony, games, comics, or kink, getting together with friends and like minded people to share a similar interest or hobby is a great way to spend a day or a whole weekend. When looking up conventions online you always get news of the big giant conventions across the country (if not the world!). Anime Expo, The comic cons of both San Diego and New York, Otakon, Megacon, Dragoncon, and others of the like that draw massive crowds each year. 10, 20, 50, even 100 thousand people or more go to these big cons, sometimes in buildings that really can't fit those kinds of attendance numbers. Those kinds of cons usually draw in the bigger guests, the bigger announcements, hoards of expert level cosplayers showing off their newest creations. It is almost like a badge of honor to attend one of these big cons. But that's not me. While those kinds of massive gatherings ...
One of the more interesting questions that I get asked when bringing new attendees to local conventions is: "Does everyone just go to their rooms and after this and fuck?" Of course, this question is asked in many different ways and not always so bluntly. Before I give my usual answer to this question I believe it important to offer some semblance of a disclaimer. The conventions I attend are all-age events or restricted to age sixteen and over. The question is also likely inspired due to the location of the conventions that I attend which do take place in hotels that connect to local convention centers or feature content in transformed hotel rooms. Disclaimer aside, my answer to their question is simply: "They do whatever they want and I wouldn't be here if there weren't measures in place for people if they find themselves in situations they don't want to be in." Combating sexual harassment and encouraging movements like "cosplay is not consent&quo...

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