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this makes me so happy 

they’re just strangers but it makes me so happy

I got married at this venue too, such a beuatiful location!! :)

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My family runs a dachshund rescue and, well……..this is usually what it looks like

all them weens!!!!!!

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Princess Leia, a positive role model for me as a young one. :)

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New York Comic Con reveals new, community-sourced harassment policy


Harassment happens at comic conventions every year, and that unfortunate fact has made it vitally important for event coordinators to make attendees feel safe. Having a clear and visible anti-harassment policy is a key part of this, but it’s also something that many conventions find difficult to do.

Even big conventions like San Diego Comic-Con have been called out for weak or unclear policies, and it’s a conversation that continues well past the busy summer convention season.

That’s why it’s refreshing to see a convention team get proactive on the topic. New York Comic Con (NYCC) has released an updated anti-harassment policy it put together with a little outside help.

Earlier this year ReedPOP, the organizers behind New York Comic Con and a number of other conventions, contacted geek culture website The Mary Sue for help with its policy. The site took things further by reaching out for additional help and formed a panel of seven people to help them advise NYCC.

I spend a lot go my life making these 2 faces. It’s all a little confusing to me. ;)

I understand Loki on a molecular level. ;)

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I miss her every day.

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