i tried perspective

There was a trick to it. To feeling horrible without alerting Sportacus. 
It was all about walking that fine line between numbness and complete despair. 

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The girl seems elfin, almost, physically, in the harshly defined cheekbones and almost-black eyes. But there’s something fae-like about her; something impossible to pin down or define about her in her very aura, too. 

Anne Boleyn + Whitehall University 

A beach episode sounds good don’t you think?
Bonus:

I love the idea of an everybody lives au with Remus and Sirius raising a transgender Teddy. Like just hear me out:

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Teddy would be around the same age as Harry and they would grow up together as best friends.
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Those two then meet Ron when the Weaslys visit or something and the three become friends right away.
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Later in their first year they Meet Hermione, they all find her slightly annoying at first but give her a chance and the four then become inseparable.
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Teddy grows up happy. Sirius and Remus always make sure he’s loved and taken care of, a huge deal for Sirius, and he goes through his first three years happy.
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It isn’t until his fourth year he doesn’t feel right.
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He sees the way his body is changing and he can never get completely comfortable with it and he can’t figure out why.
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He always hears the boys in his dorm talking loudly about getting facial hair or fooling with girls and he never knows why he can’t join in without feeling like he’s lying to himself and he’s so confused.
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Even in the 90s the wizarding world isn’t the most open place for queer people so he doesn’t even know options exist.
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He finally asks Hermione because he knows she’ll help and he trusts her completely.
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He meant it to be an easy little question about what he was feeling could mean but his voice starts to crack when he gets deeper into it and he breaks down in Hermione’s arms because it hurts so bad what he’s feeling.
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Of course Hermione knows about things like this to a greater extent than most and she explains everything she can think of about trans people.
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And Teddy starts bawling again but this time it’s for joy because that’s exactly all he’s ever wanted.
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He tells Ron and Harry the next day.
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They end up being fine with it of course after much explanation by Hermione on what it all means.
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Teddy starts going by she/her around those three. Hermione teaches her the little bit she knows about makeup and cloths. And the feeling she gets every time they say her or she makes her want to tell everyone.
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She starts with her parents. She’s not particularly nervous, she knows they’ll be fine with it of course, but she still feels a twisting in her gut every time she thinks about actually starting the conversation.
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She decides one day, a few before Christmas, at dinner that if she didn’t do it then she never would. So she says it in the easiest way she can think of, “I’m a girl,”. Forks stop scraping and two sets of eyes are on her. She feels tears well in her eyes, though she tries to fight them down. Before she can she feels four big arms wrapping around her and she just cries for what feels like ever.
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From then on she starts going as she/ her everywhere she goes.
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She always has Harry, Ron, and Hermione there to defend her against assholes. And Sirius takes her cloths shopping (“Dad those are from like the sixties no,” “I’m from like the sixties and you never complain about me,” “Dad just no.”) And Remus does research into muggle reassignment surgeries and just ahahahssg I love Trans Teddy au. Also nobody dying is a great thing too.