Stealing Thorn’s Thunder…

First off, I want to apologize for not posting as often as I used to. I’m in school and I got pet rats, so those two things have been taking up most of my time. But I wanted to get back into the swing of this, so I wanted to start off by saying something I’ve wanted to say for a while.

I’m transgender, just like Thorn. I was born female but I’m transitioning to male, which is why this generation is so special to me. I can used Thorn to educate people and raise awareness for issues that concern me personally.Β His generation gives me a chance to express my own feelings and experiences with transition, I want to explore the sides that most people don’t usually see.

Thank you guys for reading my legacy, I hope this doesn’t change much, really the only thing changing is my name. Which is Ryan now, by the way πŸ™‚

Thanks everyone, I love you guys and I’m going to try and post a new chapter as soon as possible πŸ™‚


5 thoughts on “Stealing Thorn’s Thunder…

  1. I’ve been reading your legacy from the start (though I’ve been shy and have never commented). I was always super happy how open-minded you are, at times, it put me in tears. Happy tears, though. I have always been a huge advocate for the LGBT+ community and seeing people being open-minded makes me tear up because I remember that there are good people.

    Anyway, I want to applaud you and congratulate you, for writing a fantastic legacy and for being a huge advocate, Ryan. I hope everything goes well with your transition (if that’s rude, I really apologize, I didn’t mean for it to be rude).

    Also, this probably doesn’t mean much, but I seriously am in love with you, platonically. We’ve never met, but I still love you <3.

    Best wishes!

  2. Nice to meet you, Ryan πŸ˜› As the person above me said, congratulations for the amazing legacy story and for being so brave and open-minded. This world (and the Internet) needs more people like you πŸ™‚ I hope everything goes well for you, and if it doesn’t, know that you can find support on the Internet . . .okay, that sounded more helpful in my head. Anyway. Good luck! πŸ˜›

  3. Hey Ryan! Sorry it has taken me a while to comment, I’ve been busy in my life and been going through some personal stuff. Anyway, I’m really happy that you are brave and open enough to share with us that you are transgender. XD I really understand now why you said you were very excited about this generation when it first started. I hope all is well with your life, school, and of course your pet rats. I can’t wait for the next chapter to come out! πŸ˜€ By the way, I think Ryan is a very cute name. When I was slowly coming out of the closet as a gay man, my first (official) gay crush was on a guy who just happen to have the name Ryan. I hope you are doing well! πŸ™‚

  4. Grats, Ryan! You’re writing is awesome whether you’re a girl or a guy. I’m a panromantic asexual and very few people actual believe that asexuality is an actual “thing” and not just a phase (I’m freaking 33, I think if it was a phase I’d be over it by now, seriously!)

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