Not all girls want to flaunt their bodies like the ones who "earned" it. Sure creating/wearing 'sexy' cosplays makes the cosplayers feel sexy but what about their main targeted audience? Fans of the nature, the same sex, the opposite sex, and various people who look at the cosplayers in awe.
With my plan with cosplaying, I do plan on doing feminine outfits to ridiculously sexy but tasteful but not till...
Every now and then, I would crossplay just for the sake of having fun!
I know in the past, I never really understood what things meant with cosplay as there are various levels of the nature and seriousness in it. But most people just enjoy it for the sake of dressing up and creating a different identity. Which can help them and others with their confidence with meeting new people no matter what shape or size they are - another level of masquerade.
I think I make quite a cute Nova/Noba in here.
So what if I don't make it on that website
"Geek x Girls"? Just because I'm not wearing
something super amazing. As long as I feel
amazing as looking like a cute teen boy when
I cosplay as a boy or just being myself in any
cosplay - I'm perfectly fine with that!
Who are you to judge others with their skill
levels, race, gender, etc, or the way their
cosplay looks? I've seen the haterade
websites and they suck. It's like the people
who go there and bash others hasn't cosplayed
at all in their lives or are simply bringing others
down just to bring themselves up.
It doesn't matter if someone tells you "you can't
pull it off just because you don't look exactly like
the character in question, because nobody could
be YOU!!! And even if they try, they're lacking