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October 21st, 2013, 1:08 am



So, what Annie said there, "and she's a girl". Is that a homophobic response? Or fairly justified? She knows P is clearly a lesbian, and Andrea is ok with that. So is the reaction ok? Or is it like, not ok? Thoughts? Bueller?

Right, so, yeah, apparently Andrea has no problem being nekkid in front of Annie. They have had a lot of skin time, sharing a room and a bed and all. So I suppose that makes sense.

For those who aren't gender dysphoric - a single word can utterly destroy some trans*people. Everything positive they've built up, the self esteem and good feelings can be utterly obliterated with a single word. It can be entirely innocent, and there is no blame to be had. It just happens.
In this case, Annie was feeling fine, in fact, like a girl, herself, until the word naked suddenly reminded her of everything that happened last night.

Ah, crying in the shower. An old friend.

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