Cosplay comes in many forms; the weird, the wild, and the wondrous. The only thing that remains the same across all is the creative effort that everyone puts into their design.
I want to tell you a story.Did I oversimplify an issue with regards to male privilege? Did I miss an aspect of male privilege in geek culture that you feel needs to be highlighted? Sound off in the comments and let me know.
I appeared on College Humor's Nerd Alert show yesterday in order to make the other people on the show seem funnier.
Are you a nerd or a geek? If calculations are correct, I've probably pissed off oodles of others, who have also pissed off their fair share of fellow nerds. It's a vicious cycle: otaku (loosely "geek" or "nerd") pissing off other otaku. But it exists and, otaku being otaku, there's not much one can do about it.