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Very frequently, when I have to present as a male, I get depressed. Over little things – stupid things – like being associated with masculine things or addressed as a guy. It seems so trivial, but that kind of thing just wrecks me.
To my understanding, a majority of transsexuals suffer the same issue should the situation come up. So I tried to reflect this scenario as well as I could, with a mopey and uncooperative Rain just ready for this day to end.
Thank goodness for a trying-but-failing Rudy. It’s got to be frustrating for him, but he’s trying really hard.
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Computer: WARNING, WARNING!
Me: *losing control* NO!
Me: NOOOOOOOOOO *sucked into the S***storm*
I am one of those in the minority. I have lived nearly 36 years as a confused male, so dressing in 'drab' is -normal- for me. Presenting as a female is just as new and exciting as Christmas morning though. I definitely enjoy it thus far!
I just want to snubble all your characters! I spent all day at work, thinking about them as if they were real people I knew... I just wanted to get back home and keep reading to find out what happens next!
Is ther an arcade in that mall?
Who's the manager?
Hope I've been able to help! ^_^
Makes me angry just thinking about it.
*Reads Description* "That pretty much sums up my whole life...minus using games like Pac-Man World 2 to make me feel happier"
I love the little ones... (long story why I cannot come out to them) but I could not handle the male presenting and hated every moment I had to spend around them... Made me so depressed. 8/