Comic 76 - Transwhatever

13th May 2011, 5:00 AM in Ch 3: Normal People
Transwhatever
Average Rating: 4.83 (6 votes)
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Author Notes:

Jocelyn 13th May 2011, 5:00 AM edit delete
Jocelyn
I realize I haven’t canonically mentioned anyone’s ages, but Fara is in her late thirties and Heather is 22. I’m mentioning this now in case someone was going to say something about underage drinking. You’ll notice Ky(lie) (at age 16) is not holding a beer (though I’m sure he’s had it before).

Also, in case anyone hadn’t caught on yet, Heather’s a little closed-minded (wait, a little?). This of course leads to the butting of heads with Aunt Fara who probably couldn’t be more supportive of transfolk is she tried.

Highlight of the page: The second to last panel is pretty badass in my opinion. I can’t tell you how many parents I want to say Fara’s line to.

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Rain, all characters and all other aspects of the story are copyright material belonging to me.
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Comments:

AliJ5533 13th May 2011, 1:11 PM edit delete reply
AliJ5533
Lol, I can't wait to see Fara's reaction to that.
Rain might get a step-sis... er, brother.
Which would probably confuse Rain's existing siblings even more ^^
Clef 13th May 2011, 3:54 PM edit delete reply
Clef
Heh, The casual prediction. Love the 4th panel.

It may be time to update your characters page, soon.
MarianLH 4th Aug 2011, 1:39 PM edit delete reply
MarianLH
I just noticed that Jocelyn referred to Ky(lie) as "he" in the author notes. Just a typo? Or a hint?
Hansi_Dar 9th Aug 2011, 9:51 AM edit delete reply
Hansi_Dar
wow She is like the fairy godmother of all genderbender, and trans kids. can she adopt me too? ^^;
Skyangel 11th May 2012, 9:56 PM edit delete reply
Skyangel
Awww, really lovely page; what a nice one for me to go to bed on too :)
Iseaturtles 20th Jul 2015, 7:17 PM edit delete reply
I need her to adopt me, too. Really random, but my last year in middle school, four years ago, my mom tried to put me and my sisters into a school club that was suppose to make us more lady-like because she thinks we're too anti-social (it's the anxiety, for me, which she knows, but she doesn't know why). We never went back after the first meeting because our mom asked us why we didn't go the second week, and she found out it was a lady-like class and not what she thought it was (I don't know what). Thank God.
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