Dating in the dark glamour model
I actually think a lot of it is staged and scripted because I notice how often Jazz will say how terrible and humiliating it must be to be misgendered or called out as a male.
While it seems like it would be easier to not be seen, it just makes it harder when you are rejected once the person sees you.
I said I wasn't going to watch but boredom sucked me in. She reminds me of transsexual actress Michelle Hendley who I absolutely loved in Boy Girl thing movie.
What the frat boy told her was a bit harsh but realistic.
(For what it's worth, this makes him the most attractive man on TV, IMHO.) I think Jeannette was speaking clunkily about Jazz "wanting her privacy." I think she meant "down time", and since Jeannette is so bound and determined that Jazz be a social butterfly when she really doesn't want to be, she's taking the fame as an "acceptable substitute" when people approach her. She is so strong and so courageous, far beyond her years. Not in Florida: "Florida's age of consent is 18, though the law contains a provision allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to consent to having sex with someone age 16 to 23." I'm not sure if this episode had enough of a storyline hook to keep viewers interested. The gross dumb guy in the camo was also cast as "guy Jazz won't like" wears camo, high school drop out, has no hobbies.
I wish Jeannette's whip-smart parents would whip her in line. Too bad she couldn't see him scarfing down that pizza with his mouth open- they did have something in common!
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It felt like mom was trotting out her prized pony for pics.