I wasn't going to write about this, because my sis and I don't care about people who spend their time posting hateful comments about cosplayers. Though, I like to share my thoughts with you all. I've heard and seen the cosplay group I was with, The iDOLM@STER, was featured in sites where many commented negatively. To be honest I laugh and feel sorry for those commenters.
You all have probably seen it, people whine about anything like how the cosplayers look, the way they sew, the way they pose, etc... "Omg it's not perfect!" Who in this world is perfect? No one. For instance, I can't help it, but I like to make derp looks in photos XD
One of the main points they bring up on cosplayers is their looks. When I was young I was stupid. I was very critical about myself and everything that happened around me. All of that has changed though. I have a scar across my belly and I bet many girls wouldn't want that, but the scar means a lot to me. It reminds me that I was near death and the doctors saved my life. I was given a second chance. I'm short, I have abnormally big eyes, and I'm flat chested... The list can go on and on but who cares, right? I was born that way and I'm not ashamed of it. I think the people that negatively comment are insecured about themselves. Jealous they can't have big group of cosplay friends, having harsh times in their lives, bullied, they have nothing better to do, or they're still young and don't know any better. All
cosplayers all around the world come in different sizes and color! Everyone is beautiful in their own ways.
In all honesty, I would love to someday go to conventions around the world and meet new people. Seeing cosplays made from such creative people makes me happy and having fun with them at coventions/events are the moments I cherish most.
Annnd hey someone is using the photos I post here to write negative things, I can tell by the filename lol. That's okay, because I'll continue posting iDOLM@STER photos and continue to cosplay and have fun^_^ In other news, I had a great day at clinical today!