Transparent: Love, Family, and Living the T with Transgender Teenagers - Part Two, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Beam, Cris
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Change – “From the moment Robin and I moved to Los Angeles,” the author writes, “we knew we would leave” (244). She describes the arrangements she made with Christina to stay in touch, including regular phone calls and visits, then describes a final meal they had in a park, where their relationship was witnessed by a trio of foxes. Their presence, she says, seemed to both acknowledge and echo the relationship between her, Robin, and Christina.

The author then describes how, shortly before this meal took place, Domeneque and a new boyfriend went on a drug-fueled crime spree that resulted in Domeneque receiving an extended jail sentence. The author describes how Andrea had committed to cutting Domeneque out of her life and support if Domeneque ever committed a crime as an adult, and how after the crime spree Andrea had followed through on that...

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