Girls’ Guide to Comic-Con with Ninja Tricks – L.A. Times Article by Geek Girls United

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There’s a common misconception, especially in the outsider-media coverage, that female fans are “only going” to Comic-Con to scream for the famous men — we can’t simply be geeks because, well, we’re female. As you can imagine, it’s easy to feel slighted when confronted with that mindset and, for many ladies, the automatic response has been to pull out some arcane trivia to assert true geek cred or somehow downplay our femininity. “Oh my gosh, don’t see me as a girl, see me as a geek…” (continued)

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Authors:
Amanda Schuckman (@eruditechick) AllThingsFanGirl.com
Elisabeth Rappe (@ElisabethRappe) Cinematical.com
Jill Pantozzi (@thenerdybird) TheNerdyBird.com
Katrina Hill (@actionchick) ActionFlickChick.com
Kristin Rielly (@geekgirls) GeekGirlsNetwork.com
LoquaciousMuse (@loquaciousmuse) AllThingsFanGirl.com
Geek Girl Diva (@geekgirldiva) GeekGirlDiva.EntertainmentEarth.com

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