I haven't played this yet, mainly because I am skeptical about your intent for making it. There is a proliferation of Games and other Narrative Media online, and many of them are clearly targeted with a sociopolitical message informed purely by personal experience but without much elaboration or anything grounded in historical precedent. Even if I played each and every one of them, I wouldn't have anything to take away from them except for anecdotal, autobiographical commentary from an unreliable narrator. (That's been my experience with games made in the "Bitsy" genre.) I don't mean to discourage you from producing and consuming autobiographical work, but do you truly believe that this is the most operative means by which to reform practices within an Institution to which you are a newcomer (as am I)? It would appear, based upon the thesis in your Description, that you took issue not with an "act", (for which accountability would be a given imperative) but rather an expressive gesture. Considering that you are targeting things that people have SAID rather than things that they DID, (with the exception of the very act of speaking, which in itself cannot be attacked, though its content may be considered misleading) this may come across as propaganda pushing for censorship, rather than free expression aimed at reform. If you cannot tolerate what people say to you, then you cannot position yourself as an advocate for the ideal of tolerance as an absolute, nor can you hope to conduct a conversation which empowers the subjectivity of your fellows rather than simply subjecting them to your own Gaze, if you will pardon the hackneyed Sartrean terminology. This has been a major cause of concern for me for seven years now, so I hope that you will pardon me my trespasses in taking this opportunity to criticize the genre as a whole. It is hardly a personal attack upon your work. It's rather a reflection upon the problems inherent in a culture wherein personal feelings are universalized as though they were ethical imperatives, often to the detriment of impersonal and rational discussion in the greater interest of not only the individuals but the Institution as a whole. This problem has been around for at least two generations, so I hope that your generation will not repeat it under the false assumption that you are doing something revolutionary. Feel free to share this.