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Doctor Who cosplayers - sexy, or expressing their femininity?

You may have seen in the press recently details of an online spat between one-time Doctor Who guest (and well-known geek) Simon Pegg and a cosplay lady who took exception to some of his borderline-sexist (there’s an ironic/post-modern argument in there if you want to look for it) comments concerning cosplayers dressed as Princess Leia in Return of the Jedi.

As cosplay is something that has becoming a major element of Doctor Who fandom in recent years, and given that our very own Brian Terranova spends a lot of time dressed up as Leela dressed as the Tenth Doctor, we thought that a great topic for this latest podKast would be the very topic of sexism within fandom, particularly within cosplaying circles.

This week’s podKast is brought to you by James McLean and Brian Terranova.

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