Comic 235 - Made Up

6th Jul 2012, 12:48 AM in Ch 10: Friendship
Made Up
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Jocelyn 6th Jul 2012, 12:48 AM edit delete
Jocelyn
Wow. This page even frustrates me, and I wrote it. -_-

Poor Gavin is trying so hard to explain as much as he can without betraying his friends. But it’s so hard to work around the closed-minded even without the handicap. Sad to say, he probably never had a prayer…

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Guest 6th Jul 2012, 11:32 AM edit delete reply
Isn't Gavin the closed minded one here? Believing people can't change?
Samantha 31st May 2016, 5:37 AM edit delete reply
Am I the only genderfluid/transgender person who believes gay people CAN change? I have struggled with being normally cisgender, then came out as transgender, then decided I'm genderfluid. If anyone's changed, it's me.
AmbiguousMouse 28th Aug 2016, 7:15 AM edit delete reply
Self-discovery is different from actual changing of the status in question.

Also, sexuality is a bit different from gender identity in terms of how "fluidity" of it works. Which is to be expected, since orientation and gender identity aren't really related.
Skyler Skittles 1st Dec 2017, 5:47 PM edit delete reply
Trust me hunny, people can't change like that. They may realize they are something different than they thought like I identified myself as bisexual, then pansexual, now I know I'm panromantic (demi)homosexual. I also called myself genderfluid, now I just say trans/nonbinary. People can decide they identify differently than previously thought, but they still may have the same basic feelings on the inside.
thejackle123 8th Jul 2012, 9:44 PM edit delete reply
Yey, just logged onto comicfury (I only log on every few weeks so that I have several pages of each comic I'm reading) to find this back I'm so glad. More More.
dumok 9th Jul 2012, 5:31 PM edit delete reply
dumok
Hey Jocelyn, Just wanted to Chime in, but statistically speaking, there are very few that are strictly Gay or Strictly straight, but they fall into a spectrum between Hetero and Homosexuality. I'm sure you know this, but I know people who were gay for years and eventually found themselves in a relationship with a member of the opposite sex and Vice verse.
Just wanted to chime in.
Invader.Socks 10th Jul 2012, 8:47 PM edit delete reply
Invader.Socks
This comic was simply used to point out the closed-mindedness of the other students in the school who look at things in black in white.
Skyler Skittles 1st Dec 2017, 5:50 PM edit delete reply
Sexuality and gender can be very fluid. Its possible those people were bi/pan or homoflexible, just leaning very far on the homosexuality side of the spectrum. Also, they could be bi/panromantic and homosexual, like myself.
jackrich 30th Jul 2015, 3:33 PM edit delete reply
So i'm just the time traveler, but I wanted to know if you ever noticed that anytime Devon says more than a sentence, hes asking a question?
......... 28th May 2017, 1:50 AM edit delete reply
Most likely, Ruby is homosexual and biromantic. That means he is sexually attracted to the same sex, but romantically attracted to both. Or he is hetroromantic, meaning he is straight romantically. Or Panromantic, which means all.
David 6th Sep 2017, 4:00 AM edit delete reply
The term for someone who has a set sexuality, but with an exception is apparently boreasexual.

Source: http://www.asexuality.org/en/topic/123256-asexuality-sexual-orientation-lexicon-read-me/
Skyler Skittles 1st Dec 2017, 5:51 PM edit delete reply
I have yet to hear of boreasexual. A similar one is homoflexible or heteroflexible.
Emily 5th May 2018, 3:31 PM edit delete reply
*jumps up and down*

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I EXIST

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EatingAllZebras 7th Oct 2018, 8:21 AM edit delete reply
*jumps up and down even more vigorously*

HI

I EXIST ALSO

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