People don't read this. Which means if you are reading this, you aren't a people! Isn't transitive property fun? Anywho..
I'm just your average, ordinary, run of the mill transgender gal from Alberta. Nothing to see here. I sometimes make poorly drawn web comic for people! Like.. this one! Yay!
Feel free to PM me if you have questions or criticism.
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@FireBrimstoneGravel: I generate a lot of spreadsheets at work..
@Bandana_girl: You don't know what he does on his university team. You should ask Bill.
@claredin: Unfortunately, now you have to wait for your one page a day like everyone else. At least you have another full year coming.
A full year in literally one month passes. I have pacing issues.
@CuteDress&TwinPonytails: I'm honestly surprised, you don't remember? CVS was how Vic asked Annie to the dance, as Captain Vic Stronarch. He called her Vixen while they were together since she was still having problems getting a real name instead of 'Toni'.
And here I thought I would wake up and you would have links to all the relevant episodes!
@claredin: I am glad you have managed to recover from it. I haven't been able to get there yet. But it has been almost a full year since I hurt myself, and it has been a full year since I tried to off myself. So.. improvement all around.
@Bandana_girl: This is probably the first and last time you will see her with a bottle of booze and NOT drink it.
@FireBrimstoneGravel: Fixed.
@Lex-Kat: I WILL note that.
@Lex-Kat: I think it looks pretty too! I will totally understand that I am wrong if I am told I am.

Except I am a supertaster and cilantro needs to die, but 'normals' like cilantro, so, maybe we freaks are the only ones who are right after all?
August 15th, 2017
@DCFAN: The door is 'generic wood colour brown' strong. Given the room it is in, I would suspect it is not designed to be a fortress so much as a segregator, so probably flimsy as heck.
Annie most likely left her cell phone with her family or in her purse somewhere. She doesn't exactly have pockets with what she wears on a daily basis.
@Philturn: You'd be surprised at what gets chalked up as a prank of just kids being kids. Unfortunately, when you are under 18 you can get away with being a complete stupidface to people who are also under 18.
@Bandana_girl: It is called quote mining, taking things out of context to use it how you need instead of using the correct phrase and surrounding terms. I hate to say it but atheists (like myself) do it almost as frequently as those of religion do. It is easy to win an argument when you don't actually refute the argument.
@Bandana_girl: The soft-voiced guy is saying that the choir will be judged by the company they keep. This was an argument used by the Jewish high council against Jesus, who hung out with tax collectors and whores. Specifically, Mary Magdalene.

Here is the passage from Luke 7:36-50


36 One of the Pharisees asked Jesus to eat with him, so Jesus went into the Pharisee’s house and sat at the table. 37 A sinful woman in the town learned that Jesus was eating at the Pharisee’s house. So she brought an alabaster jar of perfume 38 and stood behind Jesus at his feet, crying. She began to wash his feet with her tears, and she dried them with her hair, kissing them many times and rubbing them with the perfume. 39 When the Pharisee who asked Jesus to come to his house saw this, he thought to himself, “If Jesus were a prophet, he would know that the woman touching him is a sinner!”

40 Jesus said to the Pharisee, “Simon, I have something to say to you.”

Simon said, “Teacher, tell me.”

41 Jesus said, “Two people owed money to the same banker. One owed five hundred coins[a] and the other owed fifty. 42 They had no money to pay what they owed, but the banker told both of them they did not have to pay him. Which person will love the banker more?”

43 Simon, the Pharisee, answered, “I think it would be the one who owed him the most money.”

Jesus said to Simon, “You are right.” 44 Then Jesus turned toward the woman and said to Simon, “Do you see this woman? When I came into your house, you gave me no water for my feet, but she washed my feet with her tears and dried them with her hair. 45 You gave me no kiss of greeting, but she has been kissing my feet since I came in. 46 You did not put oil on my head, but she poured perfume on my feet. 47 I tell you that her many sins are forgiven, so she showed great love. But the person who is forgiven only a little will love only a little.”

48 Then Jesus said to her, “Your sins are forgiven.”

49 The people sitting at the table began to say among themselves, “Who is this who even forgives sins?”

50 Jesus said to the woman, “Because you believed, you are saved from your sins. Go in peace.”


The point of this passage (and I wish so much more of the bible was like this), is to judge people by their actions and not by what some societal norm or book says to judge them by. Mary was a whore, but she was also the most upstanding person in the room. Everyone else was trying to trap Jesus, but she only wanted to exalt the prophet.
Just like this soft voiced guy, trying to judge Annie by what she is instead of who she is. Like so many Christians do these days, he chooses to ignore the message and instead cleaves to the words. Religion vs faith.
@Dew: Incorrect. I have the colourblindness. It is Canadian. And apologetic about it.

I thought it was Christmassy to have the red and green. That's a shame. Good thing she didn't wear it on their date that one time. Or did she?

And how do you know Lexi isn't colourblind too! It is rare, but natal girlyfolks have a small chance of it (she isn't, and I think Julie wears something similar too. I'm just fishing for ways out of this apparently hideous connundrum)
@Bandana_girl: Winter, yes. In Canada, yes. Canadian winter? No. She is in Vancouver, where snow doesn't exist even during the Olympics.
@FireBrimstoneGravel: You will take what I give you and be happy to get it! *flail*

@Philturn: They had that here (Canadaland)but they didn't put anywhere near enough ghost pepper in it. I am somewhere between white people spicy and actual spicy, and it was way down in the white person spicy area.
@Lex-Kat: That would have made me 13, so.. in the first school Annie went too, fattier and manlier than Tony, and entrenched in the eternal stench of that stupid dog pissing on the ground. At the time, just barely starting to understand my problems. Losing my grip on life itself already knowing that something intangible was missing and I didn't even know what it was.
Er, sorry, Calgary.
@Guest: English is such a weird language. Your sentence makes perfect sense in context but was meaningless without it.
Anyways, fixed.
@Guest: I don't understand your comment, I'm sorry.