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queen of the loo

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by rmccool
fluffy
you look lovely
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two pages today !

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female 519,849, transgender 8,278, bathroom 2,913, bullying 544, pooka 355
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Type: Comic
Published: 5 years ago
Rating: General

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dmfalk
5 years ago
I know first-hand just how hard it is to be transgendered-- And just as much scorn there can be (and certainly are!), yes, there are those females who do understand and accept.

d.m.f.
rmccool
5 years ago
I'm trying  to get a few more mama pookas and understanding and accepting people out there with my words and art, the reactions I get to this comic here and other places tells me it has an affect, putting this story in a furry world lets people talk whom otherwise would not,,, its important to me that Puck is in many ways real and has real world problems,  that Puck is not a background character tossed in for color , but an active player whom like Montigo get stronger  and changes as the story goes on, it bothers me when transgender characters are shown only as sex toys,, I want more then that,,,, hugs to you
dmfalk
5 years ago
...Or that we do it for sex, which for most of us, we don't. *nod* (And, FWIW, the other stereotype is that a transgendered male is gay- I'm not!) But yes, for lack of a better term, it's good to show a TG as "human", not just a cardboard fantasy, and the troubles we TG go through, just to get by and be ourselves-- Which is not an easy thing. Even right down to the turmoil we have inside, just because of what we are.

Being gay and/or TG, especially in a culture that can't understand, just yet, is hard. We never asked to be what we are.

d.m.f.
rmccool
5 years ago
no not an easy path to walk at all,,,,,, Which is part of why I have Montigo  in turmoil, fear, confusion,  lust, curiosity, love  finally clicking on the fact he views Puck as female,  pro-nouns are important :)  and fighting  the label of gay,  Montigo see's himself as being a guy whom is in love with a girl, Puck sees herself as being female,  so not gay,,
dmfalk
5 years ago
I have a few friends in furry that are in much the same situation. :)

As for myself, I live and love more like a lesbian than a straight male, so I do indeed understand the distinction.

d.m.f.
DannyKitty
5 years ago
Aww...
TenchiArizonia
5 years ago
Right on Habibah backing up the cute puck. Also right on momma pooka for being nice to puck when the others were being mean.
ZincChloride
5 years ago
Awesome! It's cool someone finally doesn't care and is treating Puck good instead of hatefully.
starling
5 years ago
I'm totally falling in love with Habibah, haha xD She has a great personality.
Roketsune
4 years, 11 months ago
I started recently wearing a mini-skirt, and I pondered this matter somewhat. Before I was clearly feminine-looking, but at least wearing male or gender-neutral clothes. Now I added a velvet skirt over pants, and I realized this might have been where the threshold was crossed and imbeciles started commenting. Nothing so far, however. And, people can't really argue I'm not male when I'm peeing in a urinal, hehe.

However, there is a key difference between Puck's situation and mine: I am genderqueer and identify as male unless I'm discussing my psychological gender idenity, while Puck is anatomically a male but asserts to be female generally. So, I suppose it's easier for me to be accepted.
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