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posted October 25th, 2014, 2:01 am


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November 16th, 2013, 8:19 am

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Happy Halloween. The day we don our scariest outfits and pretend to be witches and demons to scare off the evil spirits. And often the first time a trans*person will don the scariest outfit they know of - their real clothes, and find out they can banish the evil spirits within instead.

Edit: I told you, I shifted everything down by a week because.. uh.. I wanted you guys to get more content. So Happy Halloween a week early!

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October 27th, 2014, 4:01 am

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Panel 2: Have you accidentally muddled up some of the speech? It looks as though Annie's saying "Not your fault sis" and "Thanks lady", which seem as though they'd fit Bill more...

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October 27th, 2014, 4:10 am

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@mittfh: Nope, very deliberate. The first thing Bill says is 'Hey Bro. Er, sorry, you never come home, so, practice?" meaning he basically never sees his sister. Just like their dad, who really wants to be a good dad, force of habit is hard to break when you aren't forced out of the habit. So He apologizes, sorta, and Annie backhandedly snarks at him, and he snarks back, and she re-snarks. Like siblings do. Give him time, he will get it. He had 15 years of having a brother (he thought), and less than a year having a sister - he is going to slip up, and I don't think that can be held against him.

My brother and I do it for the lulz now. Sometimes the people who come to BroStorm (our monthly social event) call each other the opposite sex, especially in mixed cis/trans company, because then it is funny and it takes power away from slipups like that.

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November 4th, 2014, 8:15 pm

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I thought about dressing fem for Holloween, but decided against it. Didnt feel like the right time, like it wasnt the right reason.

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January 22nd, 2015, 4:27 pm

Lex-Kat (Guest)

Happy Halloween!

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The first year I went out dressed how I like, was on Halloween. It felt great, it felt right. I loved feeling free of society's glare. Well, at least the hatred glare.

It was a dark green velvet dress, cut just about five to six inches above my knee, silver glittery pantyhose, & dark green 1 1/2" heels. I bought a B.U.M. purse, that didn't match, but I didn't care. And I had pixie wings (I was originally going as tinkerbell), but I dumped them right from the start. Too annoying getting into and out of the car wearing them. >.<

I bleached my hair blonde, had my neck and mustache areas waxed, as well as my brows. The mustache part hurt the most, and bled. The girl doing it felt bad about it, even though it wasn't her fault.

Shaving my legs was the best though. I fell in love with the feel immediately. I also had a professional do my make-up. It looked really good. I got plenty of compliments, including a few for my ability to walk in heels without breaking my ankles. :D

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