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So, our actual gender doesn't match our birth gender. Sometimes we talk about it. Sometimes we get put through hell for it, or have to deal with people who wilfully misunderstand a thing we explain very clearly. ^^; But mostly it's been okay!

Talk about transgender bodies and experiences )

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We just came back from a one-off game of the Firefly RPG, that [personal profile] rev_yurodivy really wanted to go to, where we played the crew of the Serenity.

(We were River and Yuro was Simon, in case you were curious.)

Not particularly NSFW, just silly )

If you have any questions, ask Yuro, because they were more awake than we were (and we only watched the movie besides).

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... that's what Cortana thought I said, when I tried to tell her to remind me about something at 1 PM on Thursday. She's usually a lot better at voice recognition, and I was giggling so hard at her repeating this aloud in her deadpan voice that it took me a minute to settle down enough to speak clearly again afterwards.

"You want me to remind you to: Porn him on Thursday. Is that correct?"

ANYWHO, our models survived transit to the games store and back! We put them each in their own plastic bag (Kaelyssa shared one with a myrmidon), wrapped those in socks, and put them into a box we were using for Magic cards. They fit nicely and stayed secure.

At the store, we met up with the guy who I'm pretty sure demoed Warmachine for Yuro and us a couple of years ago! Which, I recognized him by his models, not his face. We talked shop for a little while (I picked up a lot of good modeling pointers), and then proceeded to play about half of a game, much of which we spent relearning the rules and listening to him explain strategies we could use.

We had to leave early because of the bus schedules here, but it was fun! It was also interesting seeing the contrast between the Warmachine corner of the store, and the 40k players with models and gear sprawled out across whole tables. You can tell which game has been out longer, and has had wealthier fans.

We also tried out some kind of interesting furry deck-building game called 3012. Well, we and Yuro read the rules, anyway. We're going to come back to actually play it when we have the time. >_>b

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