Drew and Kylie briefly hung out at the party, after all – http://rainlgbt.smackjeeves.com/comics/1374908/male-bonding/
And that meeting (perhaps combined with the “Ruby slip-up”) has caused Drew to really begin questioning his sexuality. There IS however a distinct double meaning on this page. If you can’t see it, just think about the wording really hard. ^_^
I guess I should probably mention Rob’s part in all this too with his demonstration of the agonizingly absurd nature of homophobia. Interesting fact: The average homophobe is hesitant to interact with gay people of the same sex because they’re afraid that they’ll be hit on, or kissed, or… more. Up to and including situations like this where the potentially gay person is actually expressing interest in some OTHER person. Or if the homophobe in question is not even appealing to the OPPOSITE sex. Just sayin’.
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Oh gods! He's got TG-Dar!
Let's call it a TRANSceiver. XD
@LittleLynn84: Jeez, I was wondering where I picked up this saying from!
A friend of mine has a gaydar, but I'm incredibly difficult to read (apparently). I told her that her transceiver needs work.
...though the meaning was lost on her...
falling for (what's-her-name) will force him to be ok with homosexuality
and then we'll go "PSYCE! it's a transgendered girl!" XD
and then it'll be gay after all because (what's-her-name) will be on top :P
@LittleLynn84: I forgot all about that! :D
@Twinkel13: That... makes no sense...
@Twinkel13: Umm, Ky is a guy.
Um, please tell me you're not gonna make "[cis person] has a crush on [trans person] who isn't compatible with their stated orientation but it doesn't complicate anything because they're trans so they're actually [wrong gender]" a recurring theme. Or at least that you're gonna critique it.
@Allie: If I recall from the later pages, Ky (aka. Kylie) is not sure what she's decided to be yet, but she is biologically a female.
@Twinkel13: my mistake, I was only up to this page when I commented (I'm caught up now). But tbh I interpreted what she said later on as gender fluid and/or bigender but not having the language necessary to articulate it, rather than necessarily not being sure.
As for biological sex, assuming you know someone's biological sex - including your own, most of the time - is as much a fallacy as assuming you know someone's gender (which is admittedly a fallacy I'm guilty of here). She has female secondary sex characteristics, and a female sex assignment so presumably female genitals, but I doubt she knows her hormone levels or chromosones
@Allie: yeah, that's what I thought XD
um.. yeah I'm talking about gender as in genitals here, chromosomes feels like going in a bit too deep^^; It's not like she's an Inter-sexual.
@Twinkel13: Sex is more complicated than genitals. And gender has nothing to do with genitals.
@Allie: Well, I know that. There are different kinds of topics when it comes to gender. I was referring to the genital part of gender, then there is the mental part of gender and chromosome part of gender and what not.
I like to keep things simple when I talk, without ppl getting offended for no damn reason just because they're reading too much into every little thing, because you can't hear the tone of my voice when I'm writing to you from across the world.
@Twinkel13: genitals are to do with sex... Not gender. You say you like to keep it simple, but you're making it more complicated than it is :P
@Allie: look, we seem to be on different levels here so let's just stop.
I do not know what you want from me at this point.
OH MY GOD DREW YOU ARE SO ADORABLE
Alright, I suppose our shared crush for Ky is part of the reason why I like Drew so much ;p