Symptoms of Being Human - Chapters 19-20 Summary & Analysis

Jeff Garvin
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In Chapter 19, Riley feels detached at school as they try to determine who sent them the newest anonymous message they received. They believe it came from one of two sources, it is either a threat from a stranger or it is a message from Vickers. Riley worries that if it is Vickers, he could expose Riley. Other than Vickers, Riley can think of only two other people who might know about Riley’s gender fluidity. These two people are Bec and Solo, but Riley cannot figure why either of them would want to hurt them.

Andie’s story becomes more popular. She calls for transgender people to come out about their identities. Meanwhile, Riley has a drastic increase in blog followers because a good deal of the media sources reporting about Andie’s beating are including references to Alix’s blog. Riley cannot...

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