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In the authors words: "An LGBT comic about Alexis Perkins - a young transsexual girl who also struggles with Asperger's Syndrome, a form of Autism - in her senior year in high school.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.I Was Kidnapped By Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space!!! It’s one story from what will eventually be eight points of view, extended just a little with every one.is the first webcomic I ever got into, just because of the title. You’d think it a set up too clunky to work, but the artist does it so well.(Not that I particularly want to support anti-feminist work!
Don’t forget that it’s the International Transgender Day of Remembrance on the 20th.
This story about Frankie Shaw first appeared in The Race Begins issue of The Wrap’s Emmy magazine. Frankie Shaw studied English literature and wrote her first screenplay in college, and in the back of her mind she always knew she wanted to be a filmmaker.
But apart from a few directors like Jane Campion and Cate Shortland, she didn’t see any women doing what she wanted to do — so to break into the business, Shaw became an actress, appearing in “Blue Mountain State,” “Mixology” and “Mr.
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