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Reading Reviews for I'm Me, And I'm Fabulous!
  
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Review #1, by ravenclaw_princess Agender

20th December 2015:
Merry Christmas. Here is a gift for you as part of the Ravenclaw Gift Exchange.

You've picked a sensitive topic to explore and you've pulled it off with great understanding and compassion. All the research you put in really showed as the thoughts of Tonks seemed quite authentic. It must be a confusing time, working out where you belong when you don't seem to fit into the gender stereotypes of society. Tonk's is just being herself yet doesn't feel like she fits. I'm glad that she has Charlie and Bill who understand her.

I quite like how in the end, Tonk's hair changes to purple, basically on it's own accord. This is quite symbolic and highlighted the moment in her own head when she discovered who she was. It's a shame in some ways that she needed to give herself a definition, but this is what the world does, categorises everyone.

I quite like this line. "Skirts made my legs feel cold. Trousers were warm, more practical." I totally identify with this. Trousers are so much more practical and it's so annoying, that just because you're a girl, they think you should wear skirts at school. I'm so happy that Tonks said no way to this and went for trousers.

The story flowed nicely and the spelling and grammar were good. I really enjoyed this an I feel like I've come out of it understanding a little more of the struggles that that agender people face.

Jacqui

Author's Response: Thank you so much for choosing this piece to review for the gift exchange!

I really struggled writing this piece, because I'm not personally anything other than cisgender, so I really had to put myself in someone else's shoes here. I'm glad I did though, as I feel like I have a much better understanding of gender and its fluidity. I did have to grill my non-cis friends, and luckily they didn't mind!


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Review #2, by Shadowkat Agender

12th December 2015:
Yes, you used asexual for Charlie! Another reason he'd be the Wesley I'd go for. Two asexuals, talking about dragons and stuff, no pressure for sex. And that really makes since for Tonks, and I think maybe Bi too. Or even Pan.

This was really cool, and well written. I think it would be cool to see more of this. Great job!

Author's Response: Thank you! I always thought of Charlie as asexual anyway :)

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