Webcomic: The Princess
The Princess by Christine Smith is a Slice of Life webcomic about an elementary schooler named Sarah and the people around her. Sara is an archetypal girly-girly who loves everything pink and anything involving princesses. What sets Sarah apart from the rest of her schoolmates is she's transgender. Unlike most webcomics about transgender people it's very fluffy, yet it still manages to show Sara's trials and tribulations.—-
- Ambiguous Gender: Irma. Her family uses gender-neutral terms for her, since she sometimes identifies as a boy, or some combination.
- Art Evolution: Noticeably. One of the most recognizable leaps was early on it switched from monochrome to full-color.
- Attractive Bent-Gender: Lots of people end up crushing on Sarah.
- Battle Cry: "Cry! HAVOK!"
- Bi the Way: Sarah is seemingly prone to crushes on anyone who is particularly noble to her, regardless of their gender.
- Cast Full of Gay: Loads and loads of transgender characters of various sorts.
- Daddy's Girl: Sarah's father is supportive of her femininity. Her mother not so much, though she slowly gets better.
- Everything's Better with Princesses: At least Sarah thinks so. She's rarely seen without her crown.
- Evil Costume Switch: Sarah goes grimdark. It doesn't last long.
- Freudian Excuse: Penny and Chuck both have the same Abusive Parents.
- Incorruptible Pure Pureness: Sarah.
- Loving Bully: Sarah is bullied by a boy who is attracted to her. We later learn he's so aggressive because he has Abusive Parents.
- Mid-Battle Tea Break: Over the love of a comic book character.
- Morality Chain: Sarah, for Irma.
- More Popular Spin-off: It's more popular than the comic it's a spinoff of.
- Puppy Love: Lots of crushes and talk of holding hands.
- Rebellious Spirit: Irma is a Nominal Hero Lancer with strong Chaotic Neutral tendencies.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Sarah and Irma.
- Unlimited Wardrobe: Irma. Somewhat justified by her theatrical parents, but still a bit of a running gag.