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Cinderella Can't Be A Guy

Cinderella Can't Be A Guy

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JacksonTerrance By JacksonTerrance Completed

For all of Hayden's life, he had been told he couldn't wear skirts, play with dolls, or do anything a girl would typically do. It was hard for him to not be accept by his mother, especially when he found out he was a transgender girl.
  Living with a LGBT hater for a mother was hard enough, but falling in love with the quarterback was deemed even harder. When the masquerade themed homecoming dance came, Hayden decided to dress as Crystal, her inner self, and wound up dancing with the quarterback, Josh.
  When all that was exchanged between the two was a kik address, Hayden and Crystal's life changes forever when it has to be decided by Josh whether he loves Hayden, the boy on the outside, or Crystal, the girl on the inside.
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LGBT, so no hate!

You know people have come up with gender neutral pronouns, so instead of saying they or their, you could use that and it would make a bit more sense. By the way, I don't mean to be a snob or anything.
AnotherLonelyNight_ AnotherLonelyNight_ Sep 05, 2016
I read the description and it caught my attention. I adore the 1st chapter
sabrynabrooklynne sabrynabrooklynne Dec 19, 2016
How many people sassed in the mirror? I thought it was only Riley, but the sentence reads to indicate more than one. They, is not a gender neutral pronoun. Is a word indicating more than one person.
glassblown glassblown Nov 14, 2016
One question, and I don't mean to be offensive--but why is THEM used for Riley, who is just one person?