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Cosplayer Stereotypes Redefined

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Brianna

Boston, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I spend all my free time spreading the beauty of art to people of all ages, especially children. I spend my days making costumes to make people's beloved characters come to life and promote free craft events to the public. I want art to be accessible to everyone at no cost, and to fulfill a child their dream of interacting with their favorite role models, especially those who are ill and are limited by the walls of their hospital bed.
Why are you participating?: 

I am a Biology undergraduate and as a result, I work in the science and research community. But because I am entering such a professional setting, sometimes it is difficult to still be a cosplayer, because most people view them as "weird" or "crazy".

Emma

Rutland, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I started a tumblr blog that's a safe place for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender etc. along with people who get bullied for being "Nerds" or for liking something different where they can just come to de-stress.
Why are you participating?: 

I believe everyone has to make their own decisions in life. Having people physically and mentally abusing you for how YOU decode you should live YOUR life shouldn't be and option. Just do you, do it right, you only get one book that's your life... Make it a good one.

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