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Adopting Jill [message #8252] Mon, 09 September 2013 00:26 Go to next message
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I know that the Lanier's are coming up to induct Jill into Tuckerdom, I'm wondering what they are going to say about Tuck's continued development as a girl. I wonder if there will not be a conference where they specifically offer to take Tuck and let him transition in their house since no one would know him there....
Re: Adopting Jill [message #8253] Mon, 09 September 2013 02:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Anne wrote on Sun, 08 September 2013 21:26

I know that the Laniers are coming up to induct Jill into Tuckerdom, I'm wondering what they are going to say about Tuck's continued development as a girl. I wonder if there will not be a conference where they specifically offer to take Tuck and let him transition in their house since no one would know him there....


There very well may be such a conference but I'm not sure that Tu-Val would accept. As I see it, the main factor would be Mike, who Tuck has described as providing whatever normalcy he has. Second, what's the situation at McAllen with the Knights, the convoy system, the football coach's attitude toward his team and the results of the strike (we still don't know what went on in the School Board meetings)? Tuck turned down home schooling out of concern for his friends. And there's her job which she'd hate to give up. And if she'd be required in court (low probability because her attackers will almost certainly plead out).

Transitioning to full-time girl seems to us as a reasonable thing to do, but that's a logical decision. I think it's highly likely that at this point Tu-Val thinks of himself mostly as a guy with a fucked up body and transitioning to a full-time girl means giving up a part of his self.
Re: Adopting Jill [message #8254] Mon, 09 September 2013 06:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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mkemp wrote on Sun, 08 September 2013 23:06

Anne wrote on Sun, 08 September 2013 21:26

I know that the Laniers are coming up to induct Jill into Tuckerdom, I'm wondering what they are going to say about Tuck's continued development as a girl. I wonder if there will not be a conference where they specifically offer to take Tuck and let him transition in their house since no one would know him there....


There very well may be such a conference but I'm not sure that Tu-Val would accept. As I see it, the main factor would be Mike, who Tuck has described as providing whatever normalcy he has. Second, what's the situation at McAllen with the Knights, the convoy system, the football coach's attitude toward his team and the results of the strike (we still don't know what went on in the School Board meetings)? Tuck turned down home schooling out of concern for his friends. And there's her job which she'd hate to give up. And if she'd be required in court (low probability because her attackers will almost certainly plead out).

Transitioning to full-time girl seems to us as a reasonable thing to do, but that's a logical decision. I think it's highly likely that at this point Tu-Val thinks of himself mostly as a guy with a fucked up body and transitioning to a full-time girl means giving up a part of his self.



I agree in the main. I also see it becoming increasingly likely that his double life must merge because his body keeps going toward 'girl' except in one area.
Re: Adopting Jill [message #8255] Mon, 09 September 2013 11:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Anne wrote on Mon, 09 September 2013 03:06


I agree in the main. I also see it becoming increasingly likely that his double life must merge because his body keeps going toward 'girl' except in one area.


And that area keeps him on the 'guy with tits' side instead of 'girl with a dick.' I don't think Tu-Val's emotionally accepted that phrase he's always using: "Fuck it, it's only clothes." Sheila-the-shrink would have to work on him and on Sarah to get them to accept it. She could use Jill as example of a girl as one of the guys.
Re: Adopting Jill [message #8258] Tue, 10 September 2013 00:00 Go to previous message
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Which (boy with ta-ta's or girl with dangley bits) is what Tuck needs to decide. Of course neither is quite mainstream. But he should find somewhere that is doing research. Look at my post While chasing rabbits to see what I found. What is interesting is that some sort of anomaly in body conformation or gender affects .5% of the population. That is a fairly significant number really. 5 in a thousand.
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