The first ever ClexaCon was three weeks ago (March 3-5), and I still have a lot of feelings about it. When the con was first announced, I didn’t quite know what to expect, the fact that the con was named ClexaCon made me hesitant about going. I was late to The 100, and while Lexa’s death was heartbreaking, I was never really in the fandom and sometimes fandom gets a little too intense for me. But their hopes for the con were to bring LGBTQ women together, not just Clexa Shippers, and I could get on board with that.

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