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posted September 6th, 2015, 2:01 am


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September 15th, 2014, 1:48 am

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Annie is in full on feminism mode! Good for her! Swat that patriarchy! Hey, I said I'm a humanist, not that I'm blind :)

What exactly IS yellow girl's motivation, anyways?

Annie is right though - having seen the blood results of your average ordinary everyday 'GAABWAIAAG' (Girl assaigned at bight who also identifies as a girl, 'cuz acronym) have more testosterone than yer average transgirl. Because we will gorram KILL that T! Take ALL the spiro! ALL THE SPIRO!
Point is, yeah, Yellow girl probably has higher T levels.

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September 6th, 2015, 3:17 am

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Yellow girl continues to be a little bit weird. She never makes an angry face or says anything clearly insulting, and she hasn't revealed Annie's secret to anyone, so it doesn't seem she has nefarious intentions. She just keeps asking questions. I think she's just inquisitive and completely lacking in tact.

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September 6th, 2015, 7:23 pm

Erin (Guest)

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@Anon: +1 from me

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September 9th, 2015, 3:39 am

Jax Rhapsody (Guest)

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Your comic is starting to get weird, and mysterious, since the mention of(no explination of) the fae, and whatever that Kora thing was, when she showed up at Annies school as a new student. Gotten all strange.

Plus; that's the biggest stopwatch I've ever saw.

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September 9th, 2015, 12:36 pm

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@Jax Rhapsody: It is suppsoed to be unknown and scary. Annie is in a new school where she doesn't know anybody, where everyone else seems to know each other and have history, but she is an outsider. Knowing who to trust and who to stay clear of it what she is learning right now - what happened with everyone else will follow.

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September 11th, 2015, 3:06 am

mittfh

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This page illustrates something that may have been missed in the debate on the previous strip: while Annie does continue to have negative experiences, as time goes by (a) they're less harmful to her (both physically and mentally), and (b) she grows in self-confidence. Yellow girl aside, the main issues she's faced so far at the new school are related to trying to make friends with people in different social circles / cliques and the two cliques hatred for each other - plus the occasional antagonistic phone call from Lexi, who evidently isn't enjoying her stay at the clinic...

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