“Oh, well.” He motioned to the nice beach home next to a large outcropping of rocks. “I live right over there, and I just pick up litter on the beach to protect sea dwellers. I help out with protecting the wildlife, pretty much.” He laughed. “As for about me… Uh… I’m a transgender, I’m a cuddler, annnd I always love meeting fine men.” He giggled a bit at this, even though it was rather forward. It was still the truth about him, though. He was a pretty honest fish most of the time too.
David lets out a low whistle at the beach house. “Damn, all I have is a small apartment in New York.” He looked back at Jeremy and continued, “Really? That’s neat. I can respect that. A transgender?” His eyes got big in curiosity. “Very interesting. And really now, fine men? You meet some recently?” David looks around while be blushes, knowing the comment was meant for him. It didn’t bother him really. Maybe a bit to forward, but Jeremy wasn’t bad looking.
Jeremy giggled a bit at the other’s modesty, it was really cute. “Well, I didn’t quite pay for it myself… The family that adopted me helped me pay for it so I could afford it…” He shrugged a little. “It’s not all that great… Just spacious enough and simple enough that a double amputee can get around without breaking things.” He chuckled this time, smiling some a he leaned back on his two palms. “Oh, uh…” He thought of the simplest way to describe transgender since he assumed the other didn’t quite know the term with that curious look. “A transgender is someone that goes from one gender to another physically through surgeries or whatever mean the person is comfortable with… I basically used to be a girl.” Wow, that felt like it didn’t seem like a proper description. Hm. Oh well, his mind was all sorts of jumbled in that moment anyhow.