It's a relief to know I'm not the only one feeling and thinking these things.
This is so amazing and has probably touched me the deepest out of all your work I've seen this far. Thank you for speaking your truth and helping so many of us who are also searching come closer to finding our own.
This is me still wearing face mask even it's not mandatory anymore
This hits so very hard. As a pre-T transmasculine person, I feel as though I will never be beautiful enough for anyone to love. However, I am slowly learning to love my imperfections. My soft stomach, my hips, my high voice. And seeing your comics has helped me with that journey. Thank you, ND <3
OOF this one resonates. 💜💜💜
This is amazing because i was just wondering what beauty was recently and learning to appreciate my body the past couple of days. Spring truly is a time for reflection and thoughts on the future and new starts :)
Wow this one really got me tearing up at work, just beautiful stuff. Thank you for these.
Beautiful writing and incredible illustrations
As someone who has a dissociation disorder (depersonalization/derealization specifically) and struggles with gender identity, this one in particular hit close to home. It’s so hard to figure things out when the world feels fuzzy and unfocused and the person in the mirror (who you know, logically, is you) sometimes looks like a stranger. Thank you for your heartfelt comics, it means a lot to have something relatable resonate with me!
Another hard hitting comic I relate to so much. My face always feels like a burst of static when I think about it too much
It's incredible to see how this has struck a chord with so many other people. I felt this one so deeply in the center of my heart and it's amazing to see how many others feel the same way. You're not alone, we're here, and we always have been, and always will be.
Yet another blog post that gets me teary-eyed. It's so... raw, and strong. I didn't know I needed this kind of poetry in my life, but it's so obvious now. It fills me with so many meaningful, indescribable feelings of relatability.
Thank you so, so much.
'I just want to inhabit my body instead of pilot it'
You're ability to fit so much into such a little space is amazing. I really related to this one, thanks for sharing.
I have no idea how you did it but you put it into words. The feeling that I've been trying to describe for a while now, finally defined. Thank you.
Aye this hit me. I've recently been going through a similar thing myself. Slowly shifting from seeing my body as 'a lack of xyz' (I've had top surgery and am hormones, but no lower surgery) towards seeing it as its own thing. I can be attractive for my shoulders, or the curve of my back, not just y'know, the things that are often in focus. It's certainly a journey! So thank you for sharing :)