The heat in the large city had not yet passed in the beginning of September, and at school start, every student seemed in a good mood. The city had been in a real frenzy with the upcoming election of the new mayor that had been announced over the summer to start as summer vacation ended. The children, though, did not feel much to this. At a very fine high school in town, there was something to affect these children, though. The school was undergoing a large renovation and it was a large inconvenience to students and teachers alike. The high school was in the 'better half' of the town, where all the families with more money than average had settled in large mansions from the Victorian era. It was mainly the children of these families who attended that high school, and it was tough to be accepted if you were not a part of this community. The girls of the school were mainly cruel little monsters who would stomp down every attempt at creativity from other students. By either insulting, direct bullying or even going as far as to pull a prank on them. It was mostly the girls' thing, though, and not many boys had fallen victim to their cruelty. Adrian was luckily not a person to be involved in all this. He made sure to keep his interests and talents at a minimum in the school, taking for example piano and violin classes outside of school. The only thing he'd ever been teased about was his more feminine features, and the hair that would always fall in place in front of one of his eyes. And then of course his clothing. You had a certain rule about clothes inside the school, a white button-up and black pants for boys, and black skirts, knee-high socks and white button-ups for girls. In winter you were allowed to wear a sweater, and a jacket of own choice. Adrian's jacket was a long one that almost made it to the ground, and the girls had thought of teasing him with that. He didn't really mind. To him, his choice of jacket were his least problem. Now if those girls truly found out who and what he was... see, that wasn't going to go well.