What do you mean I’ve changed? What is that supposed to mean? I mean yes, sure, I’m a girl now but what does that change about you and me? We’ve been best friends for thirteen years and now that I’ve finally fulfilled my dream of becoming a woman you say that I’ve changed. The doctors did damn good work, they said it was a simple procedure. I had to take pills afterwards but day by day I started to look more and more girlish until I became this beautiful girl you see before you. I mean I know at first I was awkward and shy about my new gender and I didn’t want you to run off so I stayed my distance too. Which is hard, by the way, when we’re living together. I even started feeling ashamed of my body around you. That’s why I started going out more and more and partying at clubs with my new girlfriends.

I needed a place that accepted me. You keep saying that I’ve changed but it’s you who just can’t accept that I am a woman now. I’m still the same person deep down I am just wrapped in a much sexier package. But I can’t have all this constant weirdness between us either, and I think I’m starting to get it. You think I’m hot. You’re awkward with me because you
wanna kiss your girl roommate so damn bad. Well, you can have me, baby. I’ll be your live in romantic girlfriend buddy any time if that’s what you want. What do you think?

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