My Ranking Points
I rubbed my eyes open, I was exhausted, I had to wake up at 3 A.M to catch my floweground ride on the Arborea line. I had to go through some examination on a flowerbed,(the faires started giggling when they saw me in the boys uniform) and now I’m here, still tired. About all the girls looked at me in their perfect sparkly dresses with their perfect sparkly nails and I’m standing here in the boys uniform with chewed nails and mangly short blond hair. The boys stare at me too, but in a different way, not ridiculing but not accepting, then one boy starts laughing, laughing like crazy. After that, all of the others start laughing too.
It’s not like I care, I’m used to being made fun of, even when I was little I found it unfair that all the girls had to be rescued by boys. As soon as I found out I was accepted to this school I wrote a letter to Dean Dovey explaining my situation and she let me do all the boys activities except grooming, (which was replaced for beautification.) Dean Dovey made it clear equality was now a thing at the school, but I knew that no girls did any of the boys’ activities.
Eventually, some nymphs let us into the school and send us to our dorms to unpack our bags. As I walk in I find two girls in their already, one with really long blond hair up to her knees and on with a short brown bob.
“Hiiiiiii! I’m Amber of Jaunt Jolie! I’m so excited to meeeeeeeeeeet you!” The blond girl says so happily she’s pretty much jumping on her feet.
The other girl mumbles something to herself then continues unpacking.
Great, these next few years are going to be very long.
Thanks for reading. Hopefully, you liked it feel free to tell me if any mistake occurred.
It’s a girl dressed as a boy I’ll explain it in a later chapter. She’s pretty normal only she wants to learn everything the boys learn, you know equality and stuff…
a girl dressed as a boy … tomboy, lgbtq+ story
which reminds me: why is it socially okay for a girl to wear guys’ clothes but not the other way around?