Skip navigation! Story from Movies. Diana Prince has always been present at Comic-Con to a degree — the three-day long convention celebrates comic books, and the Amazonian superhero herself has been in them since But finally saw the debut of Wonder Woman's very own feature film. When was the last time we'd seen a woman superhero fight crime solo in a blockbuster film? Halle Berry's Catwoman is the last film of note that comes to mind; Black Widow of the Avengers has yet to have a standalone movie.
Last weekend at Wondercon , I began work on a project I have wanted to do for some time now. As many of our readers may know, there has been escalating tension within the convention going community regarding the physical and emotional safety of cosplayers. Last week, cosplayer Meagan Marie spoke out against the people within the gaming industry who treat female cosplayers as pieces of meat, only there for the enjoyment of men. This, and the continued discussion within my circle of cosplay friends has pushed my plans forward, and I now present to you the beginnings of my photo essay, inspired by IneedFeminismBecause ; " CONsent : The Importance of Treating Cosplayers with Respect.
A tutorial. Sorry this might be a bit long! Prep: Before proceeding with binding, make sure your skin is relatively clean and free of excess cream or oils. Binding with actual binders is definitely the safer and more recommended way of binding, and don't bind for too long. If you feel uncomfortable at all during the day, remove the binding!
The Internet is full of rules many people aren't aware of. These aren't necessarily rules for conduct, but rather, rules of inevitability. Rule 50 states that for everything, there is a crossover with it. Rule 34 insists that no matter what, there's an adult version of it and Rule 63 sets the stage for this list by declaring, "There's a gender-flipped version of it.