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So I met Shannon Purser today at MS Comic Con. When Shannon asked my name for the autograph and I said Blake, she complimented my name. I didn’t shut up about it. All day, my friend heard me talking about it.

Later on, I went and told Shannon how much it means to me that she complimented my name. I explained I’m trans, and I don’t have the support of my parents or anything. They refuse to call me Blake, and then there she was, complimenting the same name. After I told her this, she hugged me and said she was proud of me, and I was pushing back tears. I legitimately almost cried. M

Shannon Purser is a literal gift, and I’ve never felt so blessed. This is the best convention experience I’ve ever had.

Pro and Con of Dating the Signs

Aries: Pro: Will defend you against anyone who tries to hurt you Con: SUPER defensive

Taurus: Pro: Will provide you absolutely anything you need Con: Clingy

Gemini: Pro: Playful and motherly. Makes sure you have a good time Con: Seems really distant 

Cancer: Pro: A sarcastic teddy bear Con: Mood changes very .2 seconds

Leo: Pro: Loves themselves and makes sure you love yourself Con: Wants to be the alpha in the relationship. Always.

Virgo: Pro: Super encouraging in whatever you do Con: Never stops talking about their problems

Libra: Pro: Very gentle around you, loves cuddles Con: Flaky. You don’t know when you’re gonna be able to spend time with them

Scorpio: Pro: Never leaves you on read, always makes sure to tell you that you’re enough Con: Trust issues

Sagittarius: Pro: Down for anything Con: Down for anything when they have time for you

Capricorn: Pro: Will hold you when you cry Con: Do you even have a soul

Aquarius: Pro: Once they open up, your bond is 10x better Con: You’ve got to keep up with with their crazy schedule

Pisces: Pro: Bakes you cookies and listens to you Con: Freaks out over everything

I don’t usually make Pissed/Rant posts, but this infuriates me.

As many of you people know, I do conventions on top of youtube for a living. A really really good friend of mine does conventions and commission work for her living and has been doing this as a full paid living for years. (I am not going to say her name, she asked me to keep her anonymous so I will respect her request.) She does more conventions in a year, let alone several years, than I couldn’t ever fathom so her experience with conventions including El Paso Comic Con, is very broad. 

I don’t usually make posts like this or anything concerning drama, but I want this to be known out there and have there be an awareness of this issue, cuz what happened today at El Paso Comicon is wrong, and I just wish I was there to do something about it. 

The reason why I bring this up, is because today she faced a huge ordeal at El Paso Comic Con, and this is what I came to hear about today on her facebook, and over the phone.

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My friend’s words: 

“I don’t even know how to put into words what just happened to me. I am still physically shaking. Today at El Paso Comic con I tried to bring in a pasta because I was hungry and hadn’t eaten since yesterday. I was told by staff I couldn’t bring it in so I asked to bring it in anyway because I am vegetarian and can’t eat hotdogs and chicken salads.
They brought over their main supervisors and the head lady began to harshly try to put power over me saying “cons don’t allow food you can’t” she tried to discredit me by asking how many cons I do and how many let food in.
I began to explain again to the other person about how I cannot eat certain foods and as the conversation continued I began to feel an anxiety attack coming on and tears were already happening.
THEN THIS LADY TAKES OUT HER CAMERA TO FILM ME HAVING AN ANXIETY ATTACK.
I ask her to please stop filming me. She put her phone away but surely she still recorded the rest of my conversation without my consent.
The head of the con allows me my food in but at this point I am so anxious I can’t eat.
THEN I bring my food to my friend to give hers to her and explain what happened.
THIS WOMAN FOLLOWS ME TO THE TABLE to “call me out” on lying about being the only one at my table. (I am in full panic attack mode and very upset and not ok)
I explain (while still crying) that this is not my booth and I am giving her her food and telling her what happened. (she is the only one at her booth just like she told her, but this woman falsely accused her simply to destroy her.) 
She then tells me that I have to pack up my stuff and leave the convention. I tell her that I paid for my spot and am staying. (Not just as attendant but an exhibitor with paper work, paying for her spot) She begins to scream at me to “take a chill pill” and go back to my table.
Once I’m at my table I am in such a bad shape a friend of mine HAD TO GET A MEDIC. This panic attack lasted OVER AN HOUR and I am STILL shaking.

I am utterly humiliated and heartbroken. I loved this convention but I will not be coming back now. I have not had such a terrible attack in almost a YEAR.

This is something I am scared to post on Facebook but I know it’s important to let people know what’s going on. When my service animal can’t even help me because I have nearly stopped breathing, you know there’s a problem.”

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It’s not like me to make posts about this, the only other time I have is when the issue with UltimaAlmighty happened and even then I still don’t even think he deserved the ending he got despite me telling my share of the story. but this?.., is not ok. 

I want to contact the head manager or either the convention center, or of el Paso Comic Con and report this issue about the supervisor handling a situation that should have been dealt with care, and communication, not a power trip and following her with ill intent only to make hasty accusations that she is innocent of,- so far as to induce her with the worst anxiety attack where she literally couldn’t breath. (and her service animal for emotional support rendered useless). However, my problem here is that I don’t know how to contact the head of El Paso Comic Con. Does anyone know how? My friend was wronged, and I want the head to know about what their supervisor did.