Comic 78 - Rain's Feelings

18th May 2011, 5:00 AM in Ch 3: Normal People
Rain's Feelings
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Jocelyn 18th May 2011, 5:00 AM edit delete
Jocelyn
For as much dialogue as there is on this page, I feel like I don’t actually have a lot to say about this one.

So for an alternative to my question from the last page, if you were in Rain’s position, how would you approach Gavin?

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Clef 18th May 2011, 1:17 PM edit delete reply
Clef
While I am certainly not unsympathetic towards Rain's tough decision (how exactly DO you break such news to such a close friend that you've made possibly the biggest personal change one could make?). Her problem is that she left Gavin to figure it out for himself. (the re-active stand as opposed to pro-active). Rain appears to continue to want be friends, but her decision set the field to where it's basically his choice at that point. So basically if I was in her shoes, I'd let him make the next move.
Isabelle Rain 1st Aug 2014, 12:14 AM edit delete reply
Been in the same position as Rain.

Recently started to go to HS as a girl as well, with no friends. Made a new facebook and just kinda added people, which eventually led to people finding out on their on, including my closest friend.

We never really talked much, and when he added me he didn't confront me about it or anything. Still waiting for when he uses a pronoun or a name, though. I wonder if that thought crosses his mind.
Transginger 14th Mar 2016, 8:20 PM edit delete reply
If it were me (which in all likely hood it might be sometime soon), I wouldn't confront him at all. I'm really bad about things like this. I would rather just not risk the embarrassing awkwardness that it would force. I know that's the cheaty way out, but I don't think I'd be able to do it.
Lex-Kat 13th Nov 2016, 9:37 AM edit delete reply
Lex-Kat
If I was Rain, and I really wanted to regain Gavin's friendship, I would approach him and start the conversation. Likely with a "Hi.".

But I wouldn't apologize. I'd let him know, that if he has any questions, any at all, that all he needs to is ask, respectfully. Then see where it goes from there.
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