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Ep. 45 - Behind the Scenes of Nerdlesque!





Behind the scenes of burlesque and cosplay with members of FANDom Nerdlesque! This is an episode about a very different side of cosplay. We do talk stripping, but we also talk about the stage, storytelling, and putting on a fun show. This was a really cool look into a side of cosplay that is not often talked about. Also – body positivity all around!!
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You can check out the FANdom Nerdlesque at the following links: 
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Sig Sawer, Cali Fornication, and Desire were our guests (top 3)
Bottom 3 are other amazing performers from the group.
Check out more photos on Instagram and Facebook.

Don't forget, episode 50 is coming up fast! Send Pannon and VFire your questions about them before it's too late ;)

Thanks for listening,
The Stitch and Seam Team

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