By chris comic hazelton updating weekday

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In order to make things the way they were, they must play along to ensure that Rumisiel (the Angel who caused this mess in the first place!Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on your site.I'd like for it to be very funny and entertaining, but the story will also touch on many rather heavy subjects including acceptance from family and piers, blind hatred and many of the other difficulties faced by members of the LGBT community.

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The comic tells her story through her eyes and tells the ups and downs of her life, including the prejudice she faces from those she should have been able to trust most to accept her."In the authors words: "Portside Stories is a webcomic about trans teens dealing with gender, queerness, and small weird feelings, in a story that spans from elementary school into young adulthood in the fictional city of Portside.

There's a lot of complicated feelings and cuddling.

Everything will turn out just fine."While not a 'true' trans* webcomic, it deals greatly with gender dysphoria and strongly ties to trans* issues.

A huge archive to go through and a story that will absolutely suck you in. In the authors words: Misfile by Chris Hazelton is a webcomic which updates every weekday (Mon-Fri).

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