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The Life of Alexis Perkins

The Life of Alexis Perkins

An LGBT comic about a girl named Alexis Perkins who is a young trans girl who also struggles with Asperger's Syndrome - a form of Autism. The story is about her senior year of high school and possibly beyond. The story tells her story through the eyes of her and her friends. It tells of the ups and downs of her life, including the prejudice she faces from those she should have been able to trust most to accept her.

The story features the authoresses attempt to show a plethora of lesser known orientations (such as Quoiromantic/sexual, demiromantic/sexual, aromantic/sexual, etc.) and thus will feature a heavy amount of non-straight characters. It also features strong language, sexual themes, nudity, and possible triggering scenes. The comic also features both religious and anti-religious tones. The comic is rated PG-13 at the low end, but is likely higher, near a possible R rating due to some events that will be featured in the comic.

Viewer discretion is advised. The authoresses of the comic do not take responsibility for someone being triggered, upset, or offended by the comic.
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The Life of Alexis Perkins

An LGBT comic about a girl named Alexis Perkins who is a young trans girl who also struggles with Asperger's Syndrome - a form of Autism. The story is about her senior year of high school and possibly beyond. The story tells her story through the eyes of her and her friends. It tells of the ups and downs of her life, including the prejudice she faces from those she should have been able to trust most to accept her.

The story features the authoresses attempt to show a plethora of lesser known orientations (such as Quoiromantic/sexual, demiromantic/sexual, aromantic/sexual, etc.) and thus will feature a heavy amount of non-straight characters. It also features strong language, sexual themes, nudity, and possible triggering scenes. The comic also features both religious and anti-religious tones. The comic is rated PG-13 at the low end, but is likely higher, near a possible R rating due to some events that will be featured in the comic.

Viewer discretion is advised. The authoresses of the comic do not take responsibility for someone being triggered, upset, or offended by the comic.

Recent Comments

Yeah, Mr. Nosy really needs to stop probing. But this is actually Julie's fault for playing along and not realizing she doesn't have to answer his questions.

Somehow I feel that, if this comic continues past this chapter, these two will end up becoming friends *smh*
At least there's nothing inherently wrong with trying to take part in something that someone else is interested in. Supporting someone else is a good thing! ... but if you end up pretending to like something just so you can get closer to someone, that's manipulative. I wonder on which side of that line Julie is spending most of her time.
WhyTF would she tell him anything? This makes no sense.
First he notes the discontinuity between Julie's first name (Japanese pronunciation) and last name (Chinese), then he picks up on the fact that she has ulterior motives for learning the game.

I think Dan is insanely insightful, but he's too dense to realize it.
Hippocampus (Guest)
September 14th, 2019
LOL okay now that was funny!
Guest (Guest)
September 14th, 2019
Typical teenage male. Clueless.
Guest (Guest)
September 11th, 2019
Shit, girl, you're the story maker. I'm sure you'll work it out. Get back to us when you get there.


Considering the intent, the malignancy and intense hatred of the crime, he should get tried as an adult. I can hope but even IRL things don't always go well. Sure, this is fiction but it's not fantasy. It's made up but should have a semblance of the real world. But the path is up to you.



Also, yeah, you're right about the impact on Alexis. Being a young teen and some asshole comes at you for murder, only a second away from the boom being lowered before intervention. Fucking huge for a kid. Of course she wants to avoid thinking about it. Put it behind her. But that shit doesn't go away. It never leaves a person.
EmilyAnnCoons
September 10th, 2019
@Guest: That is a pretty good question. I'm not really sure. I didn't really think about it. Jordan was a major negative influence for Alexis, but it was also a one-time encounter. She really only remembers the abuse and near murder and has put just about anything else about him out of her mind. She does try to also put that out of her mind, but it was pretty traumatic. She was literally a couple seconds away from being killed.

I would think that, for attempted murder, regardless of if he was tried as adult or juvie, it'd still be a major punishment, though.
Guest
September 10th, 2019
What about prison time for Jordan? Did he get tried as an adult or juvie?
Hippocampus (Guest)
September 10th, 2019
@Guest: The only instance of Jeremy we've seen in this comic is on Chapter 4 Page 20. If you want to see more of Jeremy/Jeniffer's origins, however, you'll have to read The Changing Stone.

Link is here: http://changingstone.smackjeeves.com/chapters/65695/chapter-1/
Guest (Guest)
September 9th, 2019
@EmilyAnnCoons:

Mmmmmmm, seems I had the wrong fuckwad. Jordan Lambert attempted to murder Alexis. He was expelled from school. But what did the police and the court do with him?



I don't know who Jeremy is. Who is he or she? Links?
EmilyAnnCoons
September 9th, 2019
@Guest: I also didn't see it until today. My Sundays are pretty busy, so now is the first time I've had to check. But yes, Jeniffer is the same person as Jeremy. Jeremy does have a sister, but her sister is just a kid. Alexis hasn't been a classmate of Jeremy for a while, but even if he did, she wouldn't know if Jeniffer was Jeremy's cousin or something similar. "Related" doesn't always mean brother/sister/ etc. Also, there wasn't anything that said Jeremy attacked Alexis, just that he was a bully. Jeremy, due to his mother and the way she treated him for being trans, was mean, but he didn't beat people up. He was just mean and acted like a bully.
Guest (Guest)
September 9th, 2019
You didn't answer my question from yesterday.
Guest (Guest)
September 9th, 2019
@EmilyAnnCoons:

Ummmm, I wasn't theory crafting. That was un-crafting.



Anywhooooooo ... I haven't read CS and haven't looked where to find it. So you made it all as clear as mud.

So Jeremy is Jennifer but Jeremy is a different Jeremy. Or not. So Jennifer can't be Jeremy since Jeremy isn't Jeremy. Or maybe he is. Huuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh???



Bottom line : Is Jennifer the same Jeremy who attacked Alexis, Jeremy's sister or sister to a different Jeremy? Does Jeremy have a sister? As Alexis was once classmate to Jeremy wouldn't she have heard of a sister of his, possibly even seen?
Hippocampus (Guest)
September 8th, 2019
@EmilyAnnCoons: After I made my post yesterday, I decided to read The Changing Stone for fun (for those who don't know, it's only 4 chapters, so not very long). It was actually really interesting! Although I can see why you had put it down for making Alexis Perkins, there were a couple of aspects in CS that I actually preferred to this comic.
EmilyAnnCoons
September 8th, 2019
@Guest: While I do love this fun theory crafting that's going on here... I feel like I should mention that Jeremy and Brandon (seen on page 4-20) were cameos of Ren and I's old comic known as "The Changing Stone". As Jeremy and Brandon met Emily and went to the mall the first day that she was at the school, then Jeremy was magically transformed into a girl that same day known as Jeniffer, it's safe to assume that the date between Alexis and Allea occurs the same day as that event (albeit, with a bit of reworking, as the date occurred on a Saturday, but I also had plans to rewrite CS and apply that as a change in it).

All-in-all, this comic takes place "in that universe", even though Changing Stone is no longer even relevant (more on that when this chapter is over). As the Jeremy we're referencing here is the one from CS, therefore Jeniffer is also the same one from CS (also note that I always end up misspelling "Jennifer" as "Jeniffer", so that misspelling is essentially now her canonical name). So yeah, Jeniffer was Jeremy, but is now Jeniffer. The Changing Stone did a complete and total redesign of Jeremy to the exact thoughts and vision Jeremy had of himself as a girl. The two look absolutely nothing alike nor sound anything alike. Of course, if you're concerned now that a slice-of-life/reality comic is suddenly going to gain fantasy elements to it, you have nothing to worry about. The fantasy elements in CS were always going to take place off Earth. So there's no chance that Alexis will deal with Jeniffer, the Changing Stone, or any of that sort. (Plus, again, CS is now obsolete, so any plans to cross the comics is also obsolete.)

Fun fact: In writing this chapter, I called her Jeniffer Seaborn, which is where this whole conversation came into play. However, if you read Changing Stone, you discover that, to hide her identity, Jeniffer actually has the last name "Callahan". So, whoops, that was my mistake haha
Guest (Guest)
September 7th, 2019
@Hippocampus:


That's a very big leap to such a conclusion with nothing to go on. He could just happen to have a sister. And Alexis just sat across from her with no recognition whatsoever. Likely she'd recognise the little toad even as a female version.


Also, to note, even if that's Jeremy, we can't just assume being trans. Could be he just discovered the thrill of cross dressing. A young male who just found a new paraphilia.
Hippocampus (Guest)
September 7th, 2019
Gasp! Could it be...?

@Guest: If what I think happened is true, then I don't believe Alexis will see Jeremy ever again.
Guest (Guest)
September 6th, 2019
It's about time Alexis took some martial arts classes. So she can learn how to deal with toads like Jeremy.
EmilyAnnCoons
September 6th, 2019
@Kittygurl: I don't know that I would say she's treating Alexis "the same way". Here Dan is seeing her as a sexy girl he wants to date. Julie wants to date Alexis, but for a whole messed-up convoluted set of reasonings. Still, they do both believe they are justified in treating the other the way they are.