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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.

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Hippocampus (Guest)
November 11th, 2017
@EmilyAnnCoons: Ah, I think I understand it now. Thanks for clearing that up.

I guess the thing that threw me off the most was on the previous page when Cynthia said, "What if I'm just a bitch cause I like being one?", instead of something like "What if I'm just a bitch cause that's the way I am?" But I did figure she was mainly just set on disagreeing with anything that Julie said, haha.
EmilyAnnCoons
November 6th, 2017
@Hippocampus: That... might just be how Ren drew that first panel... It's not so much that Cynthia is upset that Trevor is trying to insinuate that she's not a bitch, more that, as she is noting in the previous page, she doesn't believe in "sentimental nonsense". Also, Cynthia and Julie hate each other. So she'd naturally be getting upset at anything that Julie has to say.

But yeah, the idea is supposed to be more that Cynthia is like "And what exactly makes you think that me being bitchy is all just an act, and not just the way I am?"

As for why someone might identify as a "bitch" despite it being an insulting term. Well, it's not so much that they're identifying as "a bitch" just more that that's what they are used to be called. They identify with how they act, and how they act is "a bitch". Sort of like a person who deals with depression might identify as "a failure" despite "a failure" being an insulting term. The person acts as a failure, so therefore, because it's the term always used, they just identify as such.

Cynthia herself wouldn't call herself "a bitch" as we saw last chapter. She's "the mean one" to most people, but to her, she's just a guardian and doing what she has to do to protect. If, in fact, that requires her to be mean and to be "a bitch", then so be it. Does that help?
Hippocampus (Guest)
November 6th, 2017
Okay, I'm slightly confused here.

In the first panel on the last page, Cynthia seemed upset that Julie called her a "bitch queen", and rightfully so. On this page, however, it looks like she's getting mad at Trevor for not believing she's a bitch for the sake of it, which I assume would mean she does act like a bitch on purpose... so why would she get upset at being called one by someone else? And last time I checked, "bitch" is an insulting term, so why would she even take pride in identifying as one in the first place?
EmilyAnnCoons
October 29th, 2017
Cynthia inevitably agrees to sit with them, but not without reluctance. Once she learns there's nothing of interest to her, though, she leaves.
EmilyAnnCoons
October 29th, 2017
Julie argues about Trevor's idea of Cynthia sitting with them, but could Trevor be right? Is Cynthia really only a bitch because she's hiding behind it?
Guest
October 24th, 2017
@Hippocampus: In my experience, 80% of the time there's tension between 2 people, its because they want to fuck and haven't.

I'm just sayin.
Hippocampus (Guest)
October 23rd, 2017
Obvious solution is obvious ^^

Really, I think there's only tension between Cynthia and Julie now. Everybody else is probably cool with each other.
EmilyAnnCoons
October 13th, 2017
Cynthia and Allea show up to talk with Alexis. Julie gets annoyed, but suddenly, Trevor suggests a shocking idea.
EmilyAnnCoons
October 8th, 2017
@CuteDress&TwinPonytails: At the moment, no. But if I can finalize somestuff, it might.
Will the tournament feature a game play of the battle card game that you created, Emily ?
ZHODY the delfinator
October 2nd, 2017
@EmilyAnnCoons: Not TCG, you would have to reprint cards, lol.

It's a battling tier in showdown, a pokemon simulator game
link: http://play.pokemonshowdown.com/
EmilyAnnCoons
October 2nd, 2017
@ZHODY the delfinator: Oh, interesting. Didn't know the Pokemon TCG had restrictions. Well, you'll find out more about the ruleset next page ^^
ZHODY the delfinator
October 2nd, 2017
@EmilyAnnCoons: It's a Pokemon tier where pretty much everything is allowed within a few clauses
EmilyAnnCoons
October 2nd, 2017
@ZHODY the delfinator: I honestly don't understand what that means ^^"
ZHODY the delfinator
October 2nd, 2017
Something akin to balanced hackmons mayhaps?
Hippocampus (Guest)
October 2nd, 2017
Calling Alexis wins the entire tournament.
chiara (Guest)
September 30th, 2017
my opinon
this is a complicated matter, on one allela was trusted with a secret/learned something private and although i understand her actions of going to someone she trust in doing so she violated alexis's trust, so i understand why shes mad. but allela was also trying to do a good thing even if it backfired. i think if they talk it out they might be able to rebuild what they had. also i understand allelas friend wanting to protect allea but sometimes you have to let two people resolve their issues without getting in the way until its very necessary, in short i think i see both sides of this neither are right and neither are wrong.
Hippocampus (Guest)
September 22nd, 2017
That last panel is pretty amusing.
EmilyAnnCoons
September 21st, 2017
Emos, the Keeper of Law! She is one of the six Creator Gods in Versumi history. She is known for keeping the universe in perfect balance, as her weapon, the Scales of Judgement, are being used for here. When Karok, the God of Death, attempted to bring about terrible death on Versumi, she struck him down. However, life cannot exist without death, and so she did not kill him.
EmilyAnnCoons
September 21st, 2017
An explanation of what the Unchained ruleset is. That said, we get to see a newly updated version of the Wizards cards! This one is Tiamat, the Dragon Mother. Interesting fact: Tiamat from Versumi is not like the Tiamat most know from D&D. In Versumi, the dragons were originally only the five metallic dragon tribes, with Tiamat being the mother. She was the only dragon that could bear eggs. Because of this, Tiamat herself was a metallic dragon as well. When the corruption of the dragons happened, several tribes, including Tiamat, lost their luster and their scales became sharp and chromatic until they had become the chromatic dragons. This version of Tiamat is the uncorrupted Tiamat.