Sunday, January 22, 2012

Little Girl Talk

Fan Week Day 4: I'm not sure on how to classify this cap, although I don't see something like this too often. This is very realistic and a very sensitive subject. I wanted to keep this one fairly simple though, as it's more of a concept cap.

Hope you find this very sweet Michelle!

Special thanks to Steffimariechen for photo editing!


  1. Doing a caption around childhood gender dysphoria takes a good deal are care not just for the fact we're dealing with children but also for those who have gone through this whose feelings may well be raw.
    I do think Courtney you've approached it with maturity and sensitivity as you've voiced the child very well saying pretty much what and how we ourselves (I'm TG) would of said it.
    Your outcome is a good one too - a heart to heart talk - nothing prescriptive or humiliating and one I'd hope more parents would do faced with such a question.
    My dear, your not just a star but an angel!
    Regards Belinda

  2. I agree with SB. This is a very risky topic and I feel you have handled it sensitively. I was well past childhood when I faced up to who I really am, so my parents are no longer around, but I have had a lot of support from friends.

  3. I like this cap, I always think that the picture makes the caps, but this one has a great pic an the story gives me that war feeling inside that all my favorite caps always give me, great job once again.

  4. ...also would love to see a sequel cap to this one.

  5. Courtney,

    Thanks sooooo much for this Cap. It is as sweet and touching as I knew it would be. You captured the idea wonderfully and with class.

    Imagining myself as her is special. Thanks again and keep up the great work.

  6. The best part of this cap is the last sentence where she tells him that they need to have some girl talk.

  7. "Btw youre adopted"


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