Discombobulation

posted June 6th, 2016, 2:01 am


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September 3rd, 2015, 3:55 pm

GreenKrog

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I won't lie, I really enjoy drawing people with two different eye sizes. It sort of frees me from the responsibility of drawing well. I am more entertained by how borked up Annie is getting with this entire interaction than I should be. She is even swearing and everything!
Also, frame 4, she is actually in the foreframe not actually looking at him. That's why she is abnormally bigger than he is.

Wendy did what every good human should do when they find out their friend/partner/family member is trans. If there was ever any question if Wendy cares and is a good friend, frame 5 pretty much nails it. Annie is lucky.

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June 6th, 2016, 2:59 am

Becky (Guest)

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There's being "new" at this and then there's not having a chuffing clue. Back to school for Dr Bernt's student I think.

Sending love from across the pond for Annie and Greenkrog as always.

Bex

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June 8th, 2016, 8:49 pm

Lex-Kat (Guest)

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No shite! He can't get it through his thick skull that she's Annie, not Tony?

I know what I said previously. But once told you are saying the wrong name and gender!... it is very disrespectful to continue on that path.

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June 11th, 2017, 4:17 pm

sunspark

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Not to mention the fact that her LEGAL DOCUMENTATION says her name is Annie, which means that is how her name would appear in the school's computer listings. This guy has NO excuse (which, uh, makes his idiocy a bit of a contrivance, GK)...

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June 11th, 2017, 7:58 pm

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@sunspark: The school board was informed that Annie is different, and this jackass has access to deeper medical files that likely include previous name associations. Given that he is also pretty 'keen' on this whole trans thing, he also probably has it highly at the forefront of his little lizard brain and is therefore overthinking and overacting. There are interesting psychological responses that occur when a person experiences a new group of people that they have little previous interaction with. You may want to look in to long term studies of race interaction (things published before 2010, most everything after is co-opted by SJWs).

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June 12th, 2017, 12:47 am

sunspark

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All I know is what I had access to as a school employee. He may have information in his files on her, and undoubtedly does, but it would all be part of a file that is headed:

Andrews, Annie Lynn (F)

and probably has her photo next to her name. Whatever information about her transgender history would be exactly that: further information. History. It would not be anything on par with file headers. Any time he called up her file he would see her proper name and gender and photo. And he would NOT see "transgender."

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