A Life

posted January 22nd, 2014, 2:01 am


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July 28th, 2013, 6:51 pm

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Heh, he called her Ms Esper. I keep accidentally writing that when I take notes. FF3/6 clearly broke my brain. Did anyone else read it as Esper every time?

Sometimes, trans* people just being themselves is enough to help another trans* person to wake up. I doubt Annie even considered that other trans* people might see her and know that there is someone else out there with the courage to be themselves.

I'm still hoping that some day, this webcomic will find that one person who needs it most. Like how I found Venus Envy.

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January 22nd, 2014, 7:35 am

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AnnaKrog writes---"I'm still hoping that some day, this webcomic will find that one person who needs it most. Like how I found Venus Envy."

I found out about Wildflowers about the time that No. 125 was being posted. Like I said then, I will say now, that Wildflowers, overall, is a better webcomic than Venus Envy or Rain. I read Wildflowers every morning, as soon as I check the Internet and read a daily Bible verse. I do not read or even look at Rain or Venus Envy. ( How can you even read Venus Envy anyway, when the author is so unconcerned and unmotivated to draw and post it on a regular basis ? )

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January 22nd, 2014, 11:34 am

cam94509 (Guest)

Heh. Well, your comic did find someone who needed it

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I kinda finally found the courage to come out as trans on FaceBook shortly after finding this comic. Like, I was already out in a lot of places, but this comic was part of what gave me the courage to come out as trans to the people I had to to really go full time.

So... your comic certainly did help somebody.

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January 22nd, 2014, 12:04 pm

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@CuteDress&TwinPonytails: I don't feel that is fair. Venus envy kept a webcomic going for seven years, two posts a week. While the author was going through school (I believe for medicine). That she had any time to post at all took more willpower and concern than I have ever had. That she created an archive of 923 comics (minus 153 filler) is more than most webcomics, and almost double the closest trans* webcomic. She deserves to move on.

@cam94509 (Guest): I'm happy that Wildflowers has done something positive in your life. Er, at least, it sounds positive, that is. Also, thank you for reading!

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