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I've spent a lot of time today stalling posting this page, because I'm pretty sure this won't be one that's well-liked. I mean, of course we all want to see Drew being super understanding and supportive of Ky. And it's probably safe to say he wants that too. But he's still pretty far from getting it.
Maybe it's his inexperience. Maybe it's the school. Or his cliques. Or his upbringing. Maybe Ky isn't great at articulating their thoughts and feelings. Whatever the reason, it should be noted that Drew's not intentionally being malicious. That said, it's also noteworthy that this isn't the first time his ignorant remarks have hurt Ky either (regardless of how unintentional they might've been).
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Also, you generally can't just choose on the night... I mean, do they have both a prom dress and a tux they own already?
I wanted to remind people (perhaps needless to say after the last one), that the next page is going to be a doozy. Lot of words. Very emotional. I don't know if it's triggering, per se, but it might be a little intense for some.
I just wanted the warning out there.
Also.... seriously, Drew?
This reminds me of how some people seem to really get it, and then turn around with "but you're actually a..."
Being totally unable to predict which gender you will be comfortable with from one day to the next must really put a cramp into being able to schedule any activity in which gender presentation would make a difference. I'd probably drive myself crazy if it was me, because I am rather obsessed with predictability.
ky says : ok here's the deal, because your foot in mouth , and i said i would go,, if on prom night I feel like a girl,, no problem we go as is,..! but IF on that night i feel as a boy YOU get to go as the girl..!! an im being nice.. you can say you lost a bet.. .. that way you will know whats like to wear the wrong clothes..!!!
Honestly, I hope he kinda splutters and then apologizes and says something like "no... wait... that came out wrong" or something.
Educate, don't berate!
Anyways, I think he needs to something similar to Aiken, and do some reading on gender and different gender identities. Ya, it'll be work, but I think it would be worth it, for their relationship.