i am *gender*.
Thread Topic: i am *gender*.
I am *gender*, I am fearless. I am sexy, I’m divine.
I’m unbeatable, I’m creative. Honey, you can get in line.
C1 has struggled with their gender identity for quite some time, but they think they got it. Of course, with coming out as a new gender has its challenges. People getting grossed out, sh-tting on them about their gender.
“You’re not a girl, you’re just confused.”
“You can’t be a guy, you have b00bs.”
“So what, you’re non-binary? That’s not real, just be your gender you were born as.”
C1 falls into a very depressed state, struggling with their gender identity and even going back into the closet and forcing themselves to conform to society. One day, a friend of C1’s makes them attend this LGBTQ+ support group type thing, and that’s when they meet C2, a proud trans male/female/enby/genderfluid (whatever you choose) who opens their eyes to a world filled with acceptance and kindness. Will C1 be able to bring themselves to coming out again? What happens when the two bond and get closer, possibly forming more than a friendship?
I am feminine, I am masculine. I am anything I want.
I can teach ya, I can love ya. If you got it goin’ on.
*Jumps on the roleplay* CAN I JOIN, IF I DONT DO A LATE POST.
SURE :) lol
which character do you wanna be?
I relate to C1, so C1 pls :")
imma make my char in a bit
name: jay l. marcus.
gender: non-binary (uses he/they).
personality: very calm, more low key, has a way with words, a mediator, more introverted but hates feeling alone, can get talkative when talking about things he likes, soft-spoken at first but gets more outgoing once you get to know him.
disabilities/disorders: adhd, anxiety.
other: likes writing, making music, drawing, dancing; hates feeling lonely, people teasing him for various things (looks, height, etc.); has these tics/stims (motor stims- snapping/clapping/making movements with his hands, vocal stims- whistling/humming/making random sounds).
(not it >:)
i can start though if you dunno what to put :))
name: remy a. mave
gender: trans demi-boy (they/he)
appearance: tan skin complexion, short grey-ish brown hair, pale blue eyes, wears clothing in the soft or indie aesthetics, he also has a lot of blue, gold and white accessories.
personality: ambivert, clumsy, extremely blunt towards people they know, uses a long range of profanity.
disabilities/disorders; dyslexia, OCD, anxiety.
other: He enjoys coffee, bonding with people just like them, and flirting for no reason. He hates homophobic/transphobic people, school in general, and reading.
(Shoot, I'll think up something)
I forgot to copy the bio part, it says TBD lol)
Remy stood awkwardly on one side of the room, mentally debating what he should do now that he was here. They should've asked his friend for more information, so they wouldn't be in this situation. Screw me and my inability to start a conversation. He scolded himself in their own head, sighing quietly.
Jay hummed as he walked in, greeting people as he entered. He looked around for a moment, his eyes laying on someone awkwardly standing to the side. He chuckled to himself, making his way over to them. “Hey, you new, right? I’m Jay.”
Remy's eyes scanned the person that walked up to him, brushing some hair out of his face with his hand. "Yep, I'm new alright. I'm Remy." They greeted, a little relieved someone actually talked to them.
“Nice to meet you, Remy,” Jay said with a smile. “So, what brings you here to gay-topia, as I like to call it? Questioning sexuality? Trying to come out to people? Just need some supportive people in your life?”
"Wow, you hit the jackpot with the last one." He said, sarcasm hinted in their voice. Remy took a deep breath, scratching his neck. "I tried to come out as. . .trans a little while back, but not many people accepted me. . ."
“Man, I’m so sorry,” Jay said, frowning. “That always sucks, mate. I would say that you shouldn’t care about what others think, and obviously you shouldn’t, but it still definitely hurts when people don’t support you.” He watched Remy for a moment before looking around the room. “Well, you’re in luck because there’s absolutely no way anyone here is gonna get weirded out by your sexuality or gender,” he added, chuckling. “And let me know if anyone does, and I’ll set ‘em straight.”
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