I will say, if it weren’t for the recent discussion around it, I would still be lost in my own thoughts of who I am and how to identify myself.
Throughout history, we see women being robbed of their choices to express themselves in the way they want to.
How was it possible that immediately I felt feelings of embarrassment when I had never even talked with other people about it?
Jasmine Grimes, also known as Mysse Match on social media, is breaking social expectations and perceptions of cosplayers! Sorjo chatted with Grimes on what it’s like being a black plus size cosplayer and facing racism, sexism and fatphobia in the cosplaying community.
My sisters are a reflection of my mother and my mother of her mother and so on.