Coping

posted June 21st, 2015, 2:01 am


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June 28th, 2014, 4:02 am

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I realize there is a space between 'do' and 'is' in the first frame. I might just leave it there to help me overcome my OCD. I wonder if it will drive everyone else as insane as it does me, and then help them get over it by letting go of something like this. I hope it works.

I think Annie threw a chair. I mean, good on her and all for finally getting angry, but, lady, chill.
If he calls her a drag queen, I'm pretty sure she would gouge out his cold dead heart with her claws and leap through a window and never been seen again.

It wasn't until that final frame that I realized exactly how much Annie has grown up in the past year. She is now as tall as her friends. Growth spurts and all that. Hopefully it will stop there and not get any more exaggerated. Though I like tall girls (except myself, 'cuz double standards) so I would view it as kinda awesome.
Oh Annie, you are so pretty when you are in colour.

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June 21st, 2015, 11:12 pm

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Whether it's because she's numb to it or because she finally gains confidence in herself, Annie shouldn't just ignore that asshole's comments. No, what she really needs to do is crush him.

That guy doesn't have authority over her. He doesn't have a license. He's a sad man who hides his hatred behind big words to sound intelligent.

He believes Annie is a boy pretending to be a girl, and he believes he can hurt her by tearing that facade down. The truth is, he's the one who's acting: he's only pretending to be a therapist. If Annie could stand up for herself, it would be oh so easy for her to destroy him and make him lose everything.

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June 22nd, 2015, 11:08 am

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@Anon: He shouldn't have power, but he does because Annie's biological mother is giving him power (and paying him to do so). If she could stand up for herself, what difference would it actually make in the face of such blind bigotry? It isn't as though she can just leave, she would be sent back to live with her father. The situation is a little more tricky than it seems.

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June 22nd, 2015, 3:53 pm

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@GreenKrog: The only power he has over Annie is the power to keep her in a room with him for an hour. What happens during that hour he has no control over.

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June 22nd, 2015, 9:22 am

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" That guy doesn't have authority over her. He doesn't have a license. He's a sad man who hides his hatred behind big words to sound intelligent.

He believes Annie is a boy pretending to be a girl, and he believes he can hurt her by tearing that facade down."

Annie's nemesis, the so-called therapist, is actually displaying and following the basic tenets of " reparative " or " conversion " therapy, and one can see why that form of mental and emotional torture should be and is being banned by many concerned Provinces and States. " Reparative" and " conversion " therapy, administered by so-called 'christian' therapists, is what, in part, drove Leelah Alcorn to her demise.

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August 24th, 2015, 9:03 pm

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Not sure how I'd react when I was Annie's age, but Alexandria now would just ignore the bastard and play music in my head. I would not acknowledge he even existed, just play mental games, write stories, think about my next DnD character.

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