"Pfft. Me? Miss you? Nahh." Her face stayed serious for barely a second before she broke into her signature joyful smile and elbowed him gently in the side-hoping it was enough to prove she did in fact miss him.
The mention of fathers and anti-mutant supporters made her visibly straighten up. She could hide so many emotions but after years of seeing herself, and other children being verbally, mentally and sometimes psychically beaten down for contradicting people's definition of 'normal' she'd lost patience for anyone who looked down on her for keeping the one thing that set her apart from every other mediocre twenty something. "I know their scared, but its no excuse to try and shank the entire mutant pop. for wanting to just be who they are."