Webcomic profile: Happy and Gay
Happy and Gay
A webcomic
Last update: 4 days ago, 5:00 PM
Occasional Strong Language
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Some queer and poor animal friends getting by and having fun in The Big City.
Main Characters:

Tabby- They/Them and She/Her pronouns. Tabby is an anxious, but laid back lesbian who tries to take everything in stride. They deeply love their girlfriend, Cherry, and would do anything for her. Tabby is autistic and has ADHD as well as generalized anxiety. In addition to being a lesbian, they are genderqueer and asexual.

Cherry- She/Her pronouns. Cherry is a friendly and mischievous girl who enjoys the beauty of life. She deeply loves her girlfriend, Tabby, and would do anything for them (except stop sending them terrible memes at 3am). She is autistic and nonverbal, mostly communicating with sign language. Cherry is also a lesbian, trans, and asexual.


Scout Forester
Scout Forester
Pronouns: They/Them
What's up, I'm a nonbinary ace lesbian and I love to make people smile! I'm also autistic, and have ADHD! I hope you enjoy my comics!

Most recent comments left on Happy and Gay

Scout Forester
I'm so happy that this resonates with you!
This is exactly how I feel! There is so much hidden wonder in the world that is in plain sight if only you would look for it! I thought it was just me.
Scout Forester


ID: A four panel comic showing Cherry the dog wandering through some woods near a creek, resting on some rocks by a small cliffside, looking down into a small pond, and showing a city deep below the water that Cherry sees with her imagination. She has an internal monologue which goes as follows, "Sometimes I wonder if anyone else can see the world the way I do. Could I ever show them? I worry that I may be alone, but then who isn't? Why would it make me naïve or childish to see the wonder and beauty in the world, and rejoice in it? Embrace it with all my heart! It doesn't take much to imagine whole worlds all around us. Packed into the smallest spaces, hidden until we start looking for them. I wish it was possible for more people to take the time to appreciate the little things, maybe then, they'd see how big everything really is."
Author Note
Scout Forester
i think cherry should be allowed to attack more