How can fans help one another stay safe at conventions?

By: Anime Feminist February 4, 20190 Comments
Nagi puts her hand in front of a camera lens, blocking the photographer from taking a pantyshot

Last week we published a piece about preventing harassment and assault as con-goers. As the conversations about harassers in the industry continues, we’d like to give you all the chance to share your strategies as well.

  • How can con-goers help keep young attendees safe?
  • What good practices should be observed to respect cosplayers?
  • Are there warning signs readers can keep in mind when interacting with special guests? (Note: while the conversations around Vic Mignogna and others are important to pay attention to, this post is more for general advice that readers can apply to a variety of situations)

Please stay safe out there, AniFam. We can all give a little bit to help take care of each other.

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