Webcomic Profile: Rain LGBT


Written by Jocelyn Samara DiDomenick (aka LittleLynn84)

"Rain" is a comedy/drama that follows the daily life of teenage transsexual (who is coincidentally named Rain) attempting to go through her senior year being only identified as a woman. I'd like for it to be very funny and entertaining, but the story will also touch on many rather heavy subjects including acceptance from family and piers, blind hatred and many of the other difficulties faced by members of the LGBT community.

This comic contains:
- Occasionally strong language
- Sexual themes and situations (but no nudity)
- Gay, lesbian, bi and transgendered (and straight) characters
- Lousy or non-existent backgrounds


Latest Comments

Comment on Ky's Fluidity
Haldo (Guest), 24 Jul 2014 04:29 pm
This was really relatable for me! I'm fluid between being a girl/femme and being that weird both/neither gender Ky was talking about, and like her, it can be hard to dress for the latter! But it makes me happy when I figure something out. I just wish I could admit it to the people around me.
Comment on Ky's Fluidity
Allie (Guest), 23 Jul 2014 06:21 pm
@LittleLynn84: Okay, mebby it's just my mindset today then :)
Comment on Ky's Fluidity
LittleLynn84, 23 Jul 2014 06:05 pm

I'm not quite sure what you mean. Rudy asked a question out of curiosity (pointing out his observations to explain his reasoning). To which Kylie pretty freely shared this information (more than was really asked, even). And then she turned around asked him a question, which he then answered.

I don't know. I think that classifies it as a conversation.
Comment on Ky's Fluidity
Allie (Guest), 23 Jul 2014 05:33 pm
Is it just me or does this feel like an interrogation to anyone else?
Comment on Wanton Destruction
Maggie (Guest), 23 Jul 2014 04:55 pm
I wear a watch
Whenever ome watch gets too old and stops working (or I got it wet when it wasn't waterproof) I totally freak out until I get a new one. I don't even have a phone.
Comment on Ky's Fluidity
I forgot my username :c (Guest), 23 Jul 2014 04:30 pm
Dammit, sexual orientation. Y U do dis?
Ky actually looks pretty cute in androgynous mode
Comment on Ky's Fluidity
LittleLynn84, 23 Jul 2014 12:15 pm

People say the same thing about trans people. "If there were no differences in gender-specific clothing or gender roles, nobody would be like that." I don't necessarily agree. I mean, that would be the case for some people, but I hardly think genderfluidity or transgenderism would end over it. I know for my part, being able to express my femininity is extremely important to me. If all clothes were gender neutral, I'd just end up finding another way to express it. I'd find a way, because it's a part of what makes me who I am, and I wouldn't want that taken away.

And in the same vein, I think if clothes were all gender neutral, a number of genderfluid people would simply find other ways to express their fluidity. There's much more to gender expression than just clothing. It can be a big factor for some, yes, but I don't think taking away the gender specificity of clothing would actually change much.

That's my opinion, anyway.
Comment on Ky's Fluidity
Boyish, 23 Jul 2014 09:20 am
I've always wondered if people would be gender-fluid if society didn't have differences between male and female clothing o-o
Comment on Ky's Fluidity
LittleLynn84, 23 Jul 2014 02:18 am
This probably seems like a really random topic change, but Rudy doesn't want to talk to Gavin and probably doesn't want to talk about Rain (and Ky probably doesn't want to talk about Emily). With possible topics narrowed down, this seems like a next best thing for them (this topic needed to be in there sooner or later anyway). XD

I'd like to make a disclaimer that this does NOT account for the experience of ALL genderfluid people though; just Kylie's (hence the specificity of the page title). In other words, some may identify exactly with what she's going through. Some may not.

Anyway, we could more or less piece most of the information said on this page together before now. But I wanted this explanation to be said straight out at least once. It'll make sense later. ^_^

Rain, all characters and all other aspects of the story are copyright material belonging to me.

Don't forget, Rain - Volume 1 and 2 are available for purchase. ^_^

Also, I've said this before, but I'm trying to raise money for SRS, and I'm still struggling with it. If you can help, it would be most welcome. If not, don’t worry about it. I totally understand (you don't need to feel bad or apologize if you can’t).
Comment on Little Secret
Guest, 22 Jul 2014 03:50 am
Nostalgia, right there; the TV Tropes page that the original comic named is what first led me to this comic. That would almost be two years now, I think... and now I feel old.


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