Another experimental comic about being transgender. My piece Young and Trans got a pretty good reception but then my tablet broke and I couldn't do digital art anymore. Now I have a new one so I figur... On faith, acceptance, and hating the sinner. my entire life, the titles "girl" and "boy" were quite weird to me.
These are the members of The Transcendents, the world’s first superhero team comprised entirely of transgender or non-binary superheroes. | About 500 words in length. A fairy tail for those who saved themselves
i'll leave this shop and this shitty town. you can bet that i'll be living in the great fields.
when you think of a poem late at night dressed in nothing but a bandana in the middle of winter with no heating... and it ends up being pretty blissful... One day..Max wakes up with mysterious powers, and a message from someone,claiming they know what they are. Max is forced to leave everything they knew, and are whisked into a new life. Im using this piece to help work through my dysphoria and i'm getting there. did this town tear us apart? did we pour too much bleach onto each other's hair?
either way, i wish you the best. just forget about me, alright? a story of two lovers, nonconforming and wild. one mysterious, one tender. they shared wishes they want to live out together.
oh, how time is a cruel mistress to them.
"You know that quietness that made me want to draw the talking out of them?" || 750 word follow up to Burritos and Boyfriends. (READ B&B FIRST OR ELSE THIS WON'T MAKE MUCH SENSE.)
This was supposed to be a well thought out work and it was going to tell a story. It all went down in the beginning.
There was once a bard who sung with a voice that rose and fell with the sound of the running waters of his homeland.
I'm trying to create a fantasy world and this story is just me messing aroun... don't look in the mirror. don't listen to those who refuse to see the real you.
don't trust the dysphoria.
a poem a wrote about being lgbt thank you to the men who pull over on the side of the road and yell a short poem about dealing with transphobes.