member since December 12, 2012
Since then Brian has worked hard and achieved a better sense of life and meaning upon becoming Brittany. While many issues both involving her life as a transgender female and other personal issues continue to rise. Brittany has met them head on with strength of self, family, friends and those that she works hard to help. Beginning the summer of 2009 Brittany began to write Path of the Butterflies, as a way to both catalog her journey and give advice on a subject that is difficult to find assistance in facing. A graduate, of Virginia Commonwealth University's, school of Arts. Brittany adds humor and art to her writings and works hard to bring support to all that seek it from her.
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After two years, a 16-year-old Charlie McDermott returns to his hometown and to his previous friends. Many things have changed, some things haven't. Old wounds will resurface, and new wounds will possibly appear as well. This isn't just a love story. This is a struggle to survive. A struggle to find an identity. Are you in the status quo of society or are you the embiodiment of what the status quo isn't? Are you willing to show the world your true identity?
Award winning slice-of-life comic about love relationships and growing-up. Contains lesbian themes and a transgender character
Nina McCay’s life is getting harder by the moment as her Grandfather is dying in the hospital. Money is nearly gone and her hope is about gone. Pushed by her friends she tries to get a job at a small sweet shop in town. Before she knows it she is placed in the middle of a battle between the forces of light and dark in her own town. With the help of the Stubborn piglet R.P. that can take on human form, Shin a Heart throb candy maker Anna the Overly happy mage, and Karin a money loving manager.
The story of a little transgender girl, her gender playful BFF, her family and her friends.
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Imbria Arts online original animated short "If I Was" starring Critical View's Bahby in her singing debut, This cute yet funny