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I love this game so much!! In my opinion this game succeeds in containing elements of Catholicism in the exploration of a trans narrative using the (usually transphobic) religious lens to describe a queer martyr in a fictional world. Using a layout similar to stations of the cross, this game not only explores the idea of a trans saint and how her life would be sectioned into selfless deeds (not unlike the bible with Jesus) but in doing so, this game works as a discussion of martyrdom in minority groups that can happen often against the victims will; where a person can turn from a role model to a symbol in the fight against injustice. It also does this is a way that is entertaining and successful as a true to life parody.  For queer people it is a cathartic and visually appealing game that talks about their community from a perspective that they recognise, and for allies or cisgender heterosexual players it contains insight into the struggles of the trans experience (the stress of being accepted for hormone replacement therapy, exploring sexuality and personal acceptance through night life and queer clubs, the fear of how queer people are portrayed in the media etc.)