Being A Girl Print
Five stories about a young man coming to terms with his cross dressing in 1990s London By Alice Ballantyne, Dave Metcalfe-Carr and Paul Barlow
A4, 48 pages, Black and white
Contains strong language and sexual situations
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Milton Wheeler is a young man making his formative steps into the world of crossdressing using his femme identity of Linda. However over a period of time his confidence wanes as Linda becomes more popular than he is.
Told in five short stories, we see Milton and Linda’s story come full circle.
“The stories all concern Milton Wheeler, a cross dressing man who has
an alter ego, Linda Wheeler. The stories chart a period of Milton’s
life, and simply tell his story, the story of a straight man who lives a
dual life. It can be graphic though not (to me) shocking, and there’s
no anti trans violence or anything like that. It’s a success in as much
as by the end you feel that you know Milton and also Linda, and even
like them. You wish them both the best, whatever life throws at them in
the future. You will also Google Molly Ringwald, just to be sure…
This is one of those comics that can speak to anyone, not just those
with a vested interest in the subject matter. Metcalfe-Carr’s art (and
Paul Barlow’s pencils) is effective, suiting the indie aesthetic well,
with clearly defined and very human characters. The scripts really give
you a feel for the main character, with the five bite size pieces making
a very satisfying whole.”
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