The Princess

To My Beloved Royalty...

I'm very interested in your reactions at this point!


email me
Subscribe to our feed

Comments:



Vonn
*Guest*
 

 Quote  Reply     

Guest post by "Vonn"
I think that Sarah is being really unfair to her mother by saying Wendy is "never" on her side, BUT given both the fact that it took Wendy a LOT longer to come around to referring to Sarah by her chosen name and pronouns, and Sarah's age, I think it's excusable.  All kids are kind of drama llamas, right?

Submitted February 17, 2012 at 2:58AM



Pinkbatmax
 

 Quote  Reply     

Quote from Guest:
Guest post by "Vonn"
I think that Sarah is being really unfair to her mother by saying Wendy is "never" on her side, BUT given both the fact that it took Wendy a LOT longer to come around to referring to Sarah by her chosen name and pronouns, and Sarah's age, I think it's excusable.  All kids are kind of drama llamas, right?


I absolutely agree with everything you just said!






Submitted February 17, 2012 at 4:43PM



Tyler
*Guest*
 

 Quote  Reply     

Guest post by "Tyler"
Hiya, i'm new here, Tyler, FtM, 15. i love your comic so far! Sarah reminds me sorta of my self, i constantly call myself Prince Tyler and wear a baseball hat with a crown on it xD. But yea, i love your comic!! Keep up the awesome work!!!

Submitted February 18, 2012 at 1:27AM



Pinkbatmax
 

 Quote  Reply     

Quote from Guest:
Guest post by "Tyler"
Hiya, i'm new here, Tyler, FtM, 15. i love your comic so far! Sarah reminds me sorta of my self, i constantly call myself Prince Tyler and wear a baseball hat with a crown on it xD. But yea, i love your comic!! Keep up the awesome work!!!


Welcome, Tyler! Thanks for commenting!






Submitted February 19, 2012 at 4:25PM




Pete
*Guest*
 

 Quote  Reply     

Guest post by "Pete"
I've been enjoying the comic for some time now. I've always had difficulty getting a message to actually post here, but it's worth trying again.


Sarah's acting pretty typical from what little experience I've had. We've raised five sons and no daughters, so there's not quite as much drama. Still, it rings true.

Keep up the good work!

Submitted February 21, 2012 at 5:12AM



Bird
*Guest*
 

 Quote  Reply     

Guest post by "Bird"
It's a heartbreaking little detail that Sarah kept on the necklace, even carefully overlaying it over her dress instead of hiding it. It's still a visble reminder of her mother accepting her as a daughter, but only halfway, only in private, but Sarah is insisting (with no small amount of bitterness) on making it public too.


Also, she's kind of cringeworhtily reminding me of myself as an eleven year old girl, right down to the ravens and all black, then, I grew up yo be into pink and princessy things and moved away from the Gothic Lolita aesthetic to Sweet Lolita. ( However, I was a total tomboy as a very small child, huh...)

We may have our princess back yet!

Submitted December 11, 2014 at 12:48AM



Quick Reply

Name *Get an Avatar*
Email *Will not be displayed.
Website *Optional - May cause your post to be moderated.

Check the airplane.
Please check the proper button (from the phrase above) before submitting.

Image

Image

Image

Image

Image

Image


All together there are currently 23 visitors here: 23 Guests and 0 Members.

Members Online Now:

All images, artwork and product items are copyright their respective owners.  No use beyond that provided by this website is granted or permitted without prior written permission.
 Wink