Parents Meet the Boys

posted September 11th, 2013, 2:01 am


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June 1st, 2013, 5:04 pm

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Let me tell you something about RMitch. His passport makes him look like a serial killer. In high school, people would look at him and fear that he would snap and start beating people to death with other people he beat to death. The look was undeniably 'Sgt Slaughter'.
He was, and still is, the nicest human you will ever meet. He looks like a threat, but I could share some deeply entertaining stories of how he is very much not one. To anyone. But himself. Tee hee.

And then there is RRon. The last two frames aren't loosely based on true stories. They are just plain true. I know I said it before, but, this guy, he is a cartoon character! Its like writing a diary!


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September 11th, 2013, 10:47 am

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It's funny how the most dangerous looking people are often the nicest. =3

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September 11th, 2013, 1:45 pm

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@Fey Prevesk: It's sort of related to trans*folk too, how what you perceive and what is may be two different things. Especially at the stage Tony/Annie is at, she has to pretend to be a boy at school, but anyone who actually knows her knows the opposite to be true.

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September 11th, 2013, 2:15 pm

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@GreenKrog: Very true. Someone's appearance can often hide who they really are. =3

I'm very thankful that I never really had that stage of transition as such. I came out to a handful of my friends a few years ago, when I finally understood what I am, but by the time I began my transition I'm sure the few I still kept contact with had long forgotten, and a combination of good luck with genetics and not having been particularly heavily masculinized to begin with (a completely supportive family definitely hasn't hurt, either), when I did finally start my transition I went from always being seen as a guy to always being seen as a girl by all but the most stubborn and unsupportive of folks within the span of one month.

I can't imagine how difficult it would be to try to transition and deal with the difficulties of high school and a heavily masculinized body at the same time, especially without a supportive family. My heart always goes out to the trans folks starting in their late teens (even if they're lucky enough to not have suffered too heavily at the claws of puberty)and those starting later in life, who often have an incredible amount to lose.

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September 11th, 2013, 9:47 pm

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I'm scary looking. To the point where I make small children cry (if I dont scare them stiff) when they see me looking at them. But anybody know knows me knows I'm really just a teddy bear.

The banter on this page has me cracking up! :)

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September 11th, 2013, 9:48 pm

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Wait, Toni's still wearing the sling? Does she really still need it? She's won what, 3 swim meets since she got it?

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September 11th, 2013, 9:52 pm

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@Elessir: She is, and has, yes. A fractured collarbone takes 6-8 weeks. I think. I can't remember now, but its a long freaking time. So it's getting close the end of when she needs it, ignoring he abusing her body by swimming on it. I'd imagine she is breaking it every time she swims.

As for the picture, I get it. I used to be pretty scary to look at too. I still am, but now its because I have resting bitch face and never smile and have no tan :)

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September 13th, 2013, 3:32 pm

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Loving the popped collar. I thought Mitch would get along well with parents..oh well.

on a side note, saw like 3 TG girls on the way home from work. They looked pretty good. The anime hair was a bit of a dead giveaway thought.

Ron is the dangerous one...

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September 13th, 2013, 3:38 pm

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@Nich the Shark: Mitch gets along with everyone, they just don't trust him at the beginning. C'mon, who have you ever met who actually trusted you wouldn't eat their heart when you met them the firs time?

As for seeing trans*folk, sometimes you gotta make a choice. Either go whole hog or just say screw it, I might not pass, but I'm still going to live my life and have fun. Which I wish I could do a lot of days (I usually just hide in a corner and be invisible. Like a spider. Made of glass.)

And yeah, Ron IS The dangerous one. That guy could impregnate a girl from 50 yards just by giving a sly smile. How did that guy get to be gay when clearly, CLEARLY he is the gift to women?!

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