My TG Story I've always been different. You know, the loner back in the corner of class, the strange quiet kid. So my aptitude for making friends is probably not the best. When I say that I mean I don't have trouble making friends, I'm like one of the friendliest people I know, plus i never get into any fights, but what I mean is that I don't let anybody in. The more people you get close to the more people who can hurt you. At least that's what I've always said. I real picky about my friends, even to the point i made sure my friends,liked all my other friends, although there aren't that many. Anyway, down to the basics. My name is Jonathan and Jennifer, now before you say or think about what i just said you deserve an explanation if I expect you to keep reading. My legal name is Jonathan, but my preferred name is Jennifer, or Jenny. I guess it would be defined as 'Gender Identity Crises'. Its not really that awesome of a thing. In all rights and respects, i'm an almost perfectly healMy TG Story by J-and-J
The Quiet CarThe Quiet Car by stevenbl
“All aboard train 42 bound for Washington!” yelled the conductor. I ran down the station platform. I can’t miss this! It’s the last train of the day, and I’d have to walk otherwise!
I jumped onto the doorway just as the train begun to move. The conductor looked at me with a bit of a frown, but it was nothing a $10 bill couldn’t fix. “Right this way, sir,” she motioned me as she pocketed the money. “Would you prefer a general seat or to sit in our new quiet section of the train?”
A quiet section? That sounds awesome! I had so much work to get done on the train, so an area without babies or children would be lovely. “Quiet please,” I said.
“OK, please remember no cell phones or loud discussions,” she said leading me to the car on the far end of the car. Inside were all girls, but it was nothing I hadn’t seen before – girls tended to like quieter areas. But, wait… No cell phones… th