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It was very impressive. After we finished pigging out, we walked around campus for a bit. We got invited to a couple of house parties. We eventually grabbed dinner and made our way back to the dorm rooms.
It was the perfect day. It felt like just a normal day with Jessica. Like how it used to be before she became really popular in high school. We would just sit and talk for hours, or go on hikes. She would often sneak into my room and we would discuss everything under the sun. She once even opened up about the death of her older sister, Sarah. The discussions we had were deep and I felt like we just shared this connection. Things changed shortly after she became the star basketball player. Then she started dating Scott and everything sort of went downhill from there. She rarely ever came over and we became distant.
Well, today wasn't like that. Today was the first day in a long time where we just chilled like we used to. After what happened the week after she was outed as transgender, I didn't really get to see much of her. Even though we both got accepted to the university and they finally agreed to let us become roommates, Jessica went away for most of the summer. We texted, but it's not the same as being able to talk in person.
As we sat in our dorm, Jessica opened up the vodka and mixed us both drinks with sprite. I took a sip and nearly spit it out. "What's wrong, don't like it?" she asks.
"Did you even put any sprite in it? It feels like it's all vodka!" I tell her. Literally, it was vodka with a hint of sprite.
"Man up, you're such a lightweight!" she let out a laugh. "And don't even give that, I've never drank before excuse. This is college, you're going to learn the hard way how to handle your liquor."
"But... That's not fair!" I argue. She gives me a smile as she takes a sip, I see the scar on the inside of her wrist and it sends a shiver down my spine.
"Life's not fair," she replies. She knows that more than anyone with everything she's been through. She almost didn't make it out of that dark place. I almost lost her. The memory of that day puts my stomach in a knot.
When Scott outed her as transgender, a lot of horrible things happened after that. I'm not even talking about the loss of her scholarship or the state championship. She was ostracized by the people who said they were her friends. They bullied her and shamed her. That wasn't even the worst of it. It's what I did next that truly broke her. When I heard what people were saying about her, I didn't believe the rumors at first. I thought Scott made everything up because she wouldn't have sex with him. There's no way she was transgender. I would have known! We didn't have secrets between us. At least I didn't.
When I confronted her about it at school, she finally told me the truth.
"Kevin... The rumors are true... I was... I was born a boy," she told me.
I couldn't believe it. It wasn't the fact that she was a boy that bothered me, it didn't matter to me at all. I just thought I knew who she was. I thought we knew everything about each other and it turns out I didn't know her at all. I was confused and I felt like she didn't trust me. If she couldn't tell me the truth about that, what else did she not trust me with?
When she saw the look on my face... The look of disbelief, shock, pain, anger, confusion all mixed in one. It devastated her. She must have took it that I was disgusted with her. I wasn't, at least not with her being transgender. Tears started to roll down her cheeks. Before I knew it, she took off.
The rest of the day I sat in class and couldn't stop thinking about it.