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posted August 15th, 2015, 2:01 am


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August 23rd, 2014, 3:44 am

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Fuck you Lexi.

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August 15th, 2015, 2:50 am

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@GreenKrog: What happen. I never try to talk as much on your story because I would always positive things and I thought it would get boring after while. But something just happen so what is it.

P.S. Your story is amazing and addicting. Annie is a girl I every right and also need a remind that she loves by her fans. I just want to said that I think Lexi need therapy but not from her mother and not the fraud neither.

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August 15th, 2015, 12:12 pm

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@HinataLotus: You are certainly right that Lexi needs some help. Right now she is just trying to get her body healthy enough to support work on her mind. I can only assume when she gets home that she will have anger management and body image classes and such. She knows how to be a good sister - right now she is just too blocked out to be able to do it.

I am glad you find merit and happiness reading this comic. I appreciate that. Thank you.

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August 15th, 2015, 4:43 am

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Holy crap. I mean how hard is it to project oneself into another persons shoes? Damn Lexi, try to be more sensitive to your sister.

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August 15th, 2015, 12:09 pm

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@Angelika Tatsu: We've all said things in anger that we didn't mean and wish we could take back. Especially about things that we are especially sensitive. Maybe Lexi goes through horrendously painful periods, so someone essentially making fun of them is really insensitive to her.

Look at it like this - I am full time trans. If a cis girl I knew suddenly started showing up to trans events and saying she was trans, even if it was very supportive, I would probably be pretty offended. She isn't trans, and she is not going through what I have to go through.
I think is how Lexi feels right now.

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August 15th, 2015, 5:31 pm

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@GreenKrog: Completely understandable. I am transgender myself. I just feel more for Annie, because I see a lot of myself in her. I do understand that we can say things in anger that we don't necessarily mean to say.

I am going through something right now that is allowing me to step towards a more positive and bright side, something where I see myself cutting anger out of my life completely at some point. I am passionate about equality so hurtful words tend to cut me a bit more, but I try not to let those wounds transform into bitterness, jealousy or spite.

I am quite proud of the fact that I have been blessed to know myself and having gone through a period of life where I was extremely bitter, spiteful and jealous I have come out of it and now am capable of feeling so deeply that I can be moved to tears of joy, something that I was incapable of before coming to terms with being transgender.

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August 15th, 2015, 5:42 pm

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@Angelika Tatsu: Same. I spent my teen and early adulthood as a very angry and hurtful person. Over time I turned it inwards and stopped hurting others. Now, I am not angry at anyone because it never helped solve anything. I work to help people and actually make things better, and as much as I don't like it, it is because of how much damage I did.

Right now Lexi is in a very hurtful and angry place. Some day, she will look back on it with regret, but, she will also look back on it and work to make sure it never happens to her loved ones ever again.

Regret shouldn't define us. But we also cant pretend like we don't have it. So long as we work to make everything better because of it.

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August 15th, 2015, 8:17 pm

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As much as it may hurt to do that, I think Annie needs to stop talking to Lexi. Any conversation they have at this point is destructive and helps neither of them.

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August 15th, 2015, 10:42 pm

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@Anon: While Annie may have moved past needing Lexi for support, Lexi clearly needs Annie's support. I can only imagine all the times that I have been angry and hurtful due to my depression and nearly impossible to reach. I would hope that my friends act, and continue to act, in the way that shows me that even when I am hurting, and lashing out, they are there for me.

Being a sister is a two way street.

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