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    Gabriela
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@LittleLynn84: I'm glad to hear everything's going well! And I agree that it's good to have variety. I'm sure those jeans must look great on you now. :)
Good luck and congratulations, Lynn! I hope everything goes well and wish you a quick recovery.
@Heh...no: I'm afraid I don't keep track of the strip numbers, so it would take me too long to dig through the archive looking for it, but there was an old photo with Ana's male name scratched out and replaced by her female name.
@Heh...no: I thought it had already been proven beyond the shadow of a doubt with the photo.
GabiAPF
June 23rd, 2016
@(V(;,,;(V): No, anorexia is a serious problem and I knew someone who had it, but not my friend. She would eat normally (sometimes she would go on a diet, but she never tried to stop eating or eat dangerously small portions). But she was never pleased with the way she looked.
GabiAPF
June 22nd, 2016
Interesting
It's interesting to hear so many points of view. I'm lucky that I've never had an envy problem, but I knew many people who did/do. For instance, I have a beautiful friend who was always calling herself fat and ugly, and everyone who has ever seen her will claim otherwise. I think it's more an issue of insecurity and lack of self esteem than anything, since it's so common to see people envy others for what they already have and do not realize it.
@Dark Queen of Nerds: I believe that having to wear translucent shirts is embarrassing, and I would call that an abusive dress code. But that's no excuse for boys to be jerks.
@(V)(;,;)(V): No. In fact, I don't know how to tie one. But I believe it must be easier to tie one when you're not wearing it. Maybe you could try tying someone else's tie to check my theory.
GabiAPF
April 29th, 2016
If only all serious stuff could be discussed in such a cute way!
Yes, it's good to hear from you again. :)

As for what I hope to see... considering the title, it would be nice to see the beginning of Rain's transition. And also find out how Ana's is going. And how Rain and Emily's relationship develops.
@LittleLynn84: Good luck with your surgery! It's still 3 months from now, but I do hope everything goes well.
@Lenn: Such is the way of webcomics.
I noticed the ommission of some key points in the recap, like the old photo that Ana's dad looked at. But anyway, I think we all knew what she was going to do. I'm glad it's been going well so far.
I really liked the whole conversation between Alison and Rain. :) And also that Rain is starting to open up a bit more. Social media can be a can of worms, but they can also be a great way to keep in touch with old friends and make new ones.
@that guy: It's that thing in your neck that can protrude quite a lot in men and is almost non-existent in women (biologically speaking).

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@Barn0wl: Both ideas have interesting potential.
@AMM: I see what you mean. Rain did go through some awful experiences, but she's also very lucky to have someone like Fara. Not many people (neither cis nor trans) will find someone who will change their own lives for them like that. Although I do hope that Fara can finally start dating again (Vincent, maybe?), now that things are looking better for Rain.
@Anna Rei: If sexual arousal at the sight of certain females was the same as being sexually attracted to them, then women would be sexually attracted to water and other inanimate objects. Women are not all bisexual. We can have any sexual preference just like men can. Also, being a woman does not mean you have to be jealous of other women. Jealousy is not a nice emotion and it doesn't help anyone. Maybe you could try to get closer to them so you can understand them better, that can be a good cure for jealousy. Everyone's lives have difficulties, and achievements are usually the result of hard work. If you know what it took for others to get to where they are, you'll probably feel pride or admiration rather than jealousy. At least that's how it works for me.
GabiAPF
February 8th, 2016
I like the first page
It's always good to see some character development.