the trans-, the pan- and the asexual. i.More Like This
He couldn't feel like a boy
And a girl
At the same time.
So he grew his hair long
With colorful dreadlocks
And wore eyeliner
But kept his name.
They told her that
She could either love boys
So she fell in love
With the boy who
Was born as a girl.
He didn't feel love
For the girl with the large chest.
Or the boy with the sparkling eyes.
But that didn't mean
He didn't love them
In his own way.
If that boy's way of loving is
And the boy with the long hair and eyeliner's way of loving is
And the girl who had a taste for personality, not gender's way of loving is
Then aren't we all just
Free FallStanding on a ledgeMore Like This
I should have never looked down
But here I am with yet another fall
And I barely survived the last one
“You can make it”
“It’s not that hard”
As the voice inside urged me to go on
“Just take the leap”
“She’ll catch your fall”
But that’s what it said about the last one
Closing my eyes
I inched towards the fall
I tried to hide my fear
And the sweat pooling in my palms
This one step could ruin it all
She could catch me
Or she could just let me fall
A life without risks is no life at all
I just don’t want to end up
Splattered upon the ground
Free falling into her arms
I can’t catch my breath amidst the fall
Is this where my suffering will end
Or will I hit the ground all over again
The ScientistSam did her best to pay attention to Dr. Bosun as he talked to her. It was a difficult thing, though. His hair was playfully unkempt, and his eyes had a way of shining when he talked of things that interested him. He was incredibly attractive, true, but she'd always tried to keep romantics from the office.More Like This
“So what do you think, Ms. Warburn? Should we test the four-part barium mixture or the four-part liquid titanium mixture first?”
Sam swallowed involuntarily. She hadn't been paying attention. “Uhm, the barium mixture?”
“Just what I was thinking! It's too difficult to get the right temperature for liquid titanium anyhow.”
It was all she could do to keep from blushing. That was the last reaction she had expected.
They were walking through the gardens at the research division of Chemtech. It was really a beautiful area for such a small plot of land. The Doc had asked her to accompany her on a walk, as she had been assigned to assist him in whatever pr
The Heroic Road Back to Comic-ConMore Like This
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