ClexaCon is trying to remedy the lack of media representation for queer women.

ClexaCon, a convention for LGBTQ women, launched following the death of one of the only queer women on TV, Lexa of the CW’s The 100. The character was promptly killed off following her on-screen relationship with another woman, Clarke. The convention was named in their honor and that of the unprecedented number of other queer women killed off in the 2016 television season.

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