Wildflowers

Wildflowers

by GreenKrog
A web comic about love, life, and trying to comes to terms with being transgender. Sometimes dark, sometimes light, and always an attempt at a honest look at transexual life.
Updating every day, including weekends!
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Wildflowers

A web comic about love, life, and trying to comes to terms with being transgender. Sometimes dark, sometimes light, and always an attempt at a honest look at transexual life.
Updating every day, including weekends!

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I do get it. It's just that with all the bruises... bruises on top of bruises... I'm quite surprised (and relieved) that her face is still nicely-featured!
@claredin: Thats the problem - she could very easily have kicked that other girl's butt. She chose not to. She let herself get hit once just to end the conflict.

Take that for whatever psychology you want :(
This is great!
Eeek! I thought it was Andrea at first!

Somehow I think Annie should be able to use her self-defense skills to protect herself from a crazed fan.
A large all-meat pizza? Or even half of one? Girl can eat!
Ack!!!! Just like a couple of my ex's, I think to myself, "Put the shiny, pretty toy back on the shelf. It ain't worth it! Damaged goods!"
@GreenKrog: Too late, Erica as an itty bitty stalker kitty is too cute a delusion to forgo in favor of facts :3

Edit: Actually, her lurking in the background and then suddenly jumping to the foreground and grabbing annie's shoulder only serves to further my argument. Yes, Tony of school years' past, all your friend have cat paws, and always will. muahahahaha
@DewOrSomething: She WAS in yesterday's page, if you paid attention. And she IS silhouetted on the bridge. And she IS holding a hot chocolate slightly off screen in frame 2.

Don't blame Erica for you being unobservant! :)
Erica needs a bell. She just creeped up there
The more I think about the yellow girl, the more I think that she doesn't really exist. She's just a figment of Annie's imagination, sort of like a part of her subconscious mind. None of the other characters talk like that. She (the yellow girl) seems like she always has the same expressionless face. I can't believe she's flesh and blood like the rest of the characters.
GreenKrog
June 23rd, 2017
@claredin: It is a lot like building a relationship on other, essentially superficial traits. Like race. But then again, you could also look at being trans as an activity, and that is something that can be based on. People are great friends because they go skiing together, and share the experience, right? I guess being trans is the same?
claredin
June 23rd, 2017
Many, many of my trans friends couldn't define themselves either and all they talked about all the time was trans-this and trans-that.

"No, let's talk about something real," I'd say, but they'd always look at me meanly and say, "My issues are real," which I understood but to build a relationship with someone based on being transgender isn't usually a lasting one.
claredin
June 22nd, 2017
This is a damn beautiful episode. I love it!
claredin
June 22nd, 2017
Hmmm... so I was just discussing this with my partner, who is also trans, and we both agree that Vic was only doing something out of the goodness of his heart. If we were to receive this gift, we'd be very grateful because we know that something like this is very expensive and will help get rid of something that causes a lot of anxiety. At least it's not as bad as something utilitarian, like a vacuum cleaner!

But I get why Annie would be mad. I just think if she thought about it more, she'd see that Vic was trying to help rather than intentional cause her more anxiety.
claredin
June 22nd, 2017
This is beautiful!
@claredin: There are a few pages being posted in.. uh.. late 2017 or early 2018, cant remember, that cover the entire 'doing it for attention' thing. Ignoring the stupidity of the statement in general, you have to wonder why doing it for attention is such a bad thing anyways. Even if I ended up in there just so someone would be nice to me, how fucked up must my brain be to be at that point? Or how bad must it be in my life that this is a better option?
Some people just suck at their jobs.

I'm coming up on one year since my last attempt as well. People sometimes tell me that reading WF is the only reason they were able to hang on that little bit longer. Well, the only reason I am still here is because I forgot to post my "I'm not around any more, here is the end of the story and my passwords" and had to tell someone them before I fell asleep. They of course called the feds and here I am, still alive, and life is much better.

Thank you for saying it should be essential reading. Just as much as it is for trans youth, I wish more parents would read it. Knowing how some trans people think is essential to being able to help. My parents were awesome, but even they now know how much they missed out on my thoughts and feelings.
They say that people change every 7 years or so. It's been 7 years since my suicide attempt and transition. I'd say life is pretty darn good!

This webcomic has brought back some painful memories, but also reminds me of the good times, too. I hope more people read this. I would say this is essential reading for trans youths.
GreenKrog
June 22nd, 2017
@sunspark: P: Well know for her high levels of gayness :)
Remember I mentioned in a previous episode about that ass**** doctor that told me not to transition? He also said that he felt my suicide attempt was just to attract attention. How do you conclude this in just three sessions at a psych ward?

I am glad that he was the only jerk at the psych ward. The social workers there were all nice. The rest of the staff was nice.
claredin
June 22nd, 2017
When I was in a psych ward, there was a doctor who basically told me flat out, "Do not transition. People who transition will never be happy." I did not listen to him and am thankful I did not. The only thing I'm unhappy about with my transition is how much my divorce cost me, but that's just money. Every year, I pray that my negative feedback and that of others will force this ass*** doctor into early retirement.