Comic 327 - Happy For Now

12th Feb 2013, 7:19 PM in Ch 13: Togetherness
Happy For Now
Average Rating: 4.9 (10 votes)
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Jocelyn 12th Feb 2013, 7:19 PM edit delete
Kylie has gone through a lot of inner turmoil in this comic. It’s nice to see the kid come to terms with things a little… even if, perhaps only temporarily.

Heather is also a pretty complex character, but we’ve only really seen her in passing throughout the story thus far. Her motivations always seem fuzzy. The one thing that is clear, is that she cares about Kylie, even if many of her concerns are pretty misguided.

What can we take from this? Well, you tell me. ^_^

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Mackus 13th Feb 2013, 4:10 AM edit delete reply
I always referred to Kylie with female pronouns, because even she was not certain who she wants to be. She didn't seemed to have trouble with either pronouns. At least its better than calling her "it".
30 second of wikipedia enlightened me, that Kylie probably is "bigendered". I assume she does not have any body issues, and only dresses and acts as boy half of time.
Rory 13th Feb 2013, 10:31 PM edit delete reply
Some bigender and other nonbinary people do have body dysphoria, some don't. So until Kylie (or Jocelyn) makes a statement on that, we don't know for sure.
rachelevil 14th Feb 2013, 1:32 AM edit delete reply
"Ze" is a much better gender-neutral pronoun, but I don't know if Ky/Kylie would identify with it.
CyberSkull 14th Feb 2013, 4:13 PM edit delete reply
I think English should have at least 5 or 6 genders instead of 3.
Lex-Kat 18th Nov 2016, 12:42 AM edit delete reply
Well, who knows what the future holds. Likely a lot of cultures didn't have all those wonderful terms fro the different genders right away, either. I mean look at 'Ze'. As far as I know, that's a relatively new pronoun. And although Cis has been around since the Roman-times, it's finding a resurgence of use.
Selix 3rd Nov 2021, 2:16 PM edit delete reply
8 years later, “they” has gained hegemony
Mturtle7 1st Mar 2022, 10:42 PM edit delete reply
Threads like these, where people converge across time to share their thoughts on the same queer comic from early in the 2010's, are why I can't resist reading the comments even on my first read-through of this. It's wonderful and fascinating, it really is.
Guest 30th Jul 2022, 7:13 PM edit delete reply
This is exactly the same for me - you put my feeling into words just perfectly!
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