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ClexaCon: A Safehaven for Queer Actors and Content Creators

ClexaCon: A Safehaven for Queer Actors and Content Creators

It’s been a week since ClexaCon ended, and I finally feel up to talking about it. Not because I haven’t had anything to say, but because I’ve honestly been recovering from the worst con crud I’ve ever had for the past week (I’m still coughing and sneezing, but at...

ClexaConSanity 2018 Edition: We Are One

ClexaConSanity 2018 Edition: We Are One

A year ago, I had experienced the worst FOMO during my birthday as the first ClexaCon had been going on and for reasons I had deemed important at the time, I decided not to attend. So, I decided not to allow that to happen again and, in doing so, had made some amazing...

Special Interlude: Clexacon Recap 2018

Special Interlude: Clexacon Recap 2018

Leigh and Ellie talk about their favorite moments from Clexacon 2018, the largest media convention for LGBTQ people and allies. From getting to meet their favorite actresses, cosplay contests, recording a Drunk Lesbians Watch episode with Amanda Holland of Girlship TV...

But Is It Gay? How ClexaCon Changed My Mind

But Is It Gay? How ClexaCon Changed My Mind

I’ve been really blessed throughout this process of working on my webseries, After Oil. My co-creator, Jessica Naftaly, and I were able to bring the pilot episode to New York Television Festival back in October and chat with TV development executives looking for...

ClexaCon 2018: Interview with Artist Foley

ClexaCon 2018: Interview with Artist Foley

If you were looking for good LGBTQ+ fanart, ClexaCon was the place to be last weekend. I sat with artist Foley who took time out of her busy day to talk with me. If you are active in the Supergirl/Supercorp fandom, you have probably seen Foley’s art before. Her...

Tamara Duarte: Rosita Just Wants to be Loved

Tamara Duarte: Rosita Just Wants to be Loved

One of the interesting tidbits to come out of the Wynonna Earp panel at ClexaCon this year was that Waverly identifies as bisexual. After her Buffy throwback line “I think I’m gay, call you later” in episode 2×11, there was some speculation about her sexuality. But...