Chase can't POSSIBLY be safe to come out to, can he? I mean, how do you imagine that would go? But if he still seems like a gent so far, and she does have a thing for him, would there be any way around telling him in her current state?
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Wowww I feel this. I want to go on dates but I'm scared to get a girlfriend because what if she doesn't like genderfluid people? I'm not out to anyone IRL, but it'd feel bad to pretend to be cis to someone I was dating...
@Haldo: Tbh, If you meet a girl, and she isn't ok with you being genderfluid, then she's probably not the catch you were hoping for. I'm sure that there's actually an example of this in the comic somewhere...
@Haldo: I agree with Guest.
I would be kind of nervous about what date to have the I am genderfluid, genderqueer and not cis convo. Before or after appetizers?
Frankly, I'm worried for Jessica's *physical* safety if she comes out to Chase :/ and it certainly won't be good for her mental health, especially after Aiken. I hope the relationship doesn't last long enough for it to become an issue
I'm very curious how Chase would react. Though I'm worried, it has never really been clear where he stands on all this. Hmm...