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Mar 9, 2012 | 12:16 PM EST
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Author Comments


dys4ia is an autobiographical game about the period in my life when i started hormone replacement therapy. it's a story about me, and is certainly not meant to represent the experience of every trans person.

music by LIZ RYERSON

SOUNDTRACK available at http://ellaguro.bandcamp.
com/album/dys4ia-soundtra ck



Rated 5 / 5 stars January 6, 2013

so the main character is a lesbian?


Rated 5 / 5 stars January 3, 2013

I have had this added on my favorites for quite some time. I have a few friends that are afraid to go through this, although they admit it's what they want. They're just putting up with everything, but... I keep this, to show them that yes, it is hard... but it's possible, and it does help.
Thank you for being you, making this, and letting us into your life.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars January 2, 2013

This was wonderful, thank-you on behalf of everyone for letting us into your life, best of luck for the future, miss! The old school style and the bold colors really made this game unique


Rated 5 / 5 stars December 26, 2012

I want to applaud you for having the courage to make this. It is a very personal situation, and you addressed it beautifully, and made something really amazing. Incredible work.


Rated 3 / 5 stars December 25, 2012

Thoughtful, provoking, sincere. But I wish more people didn't see this as a problem on par with war in the Middle East or starving children or cultures where you can't even show your face. I feel bad for people who truly feel sad and uncomfortable with their gender but that's a mental illness. People can talk 24/7 to you about how it's NOT an illness and you ARE brave but, no, you have a problem greater than "I wish I didn't have this penis." And that problem is in your head. Shame on the social activist junkies who applaud people for thinking it's not. "You should call me MA'AM!" "And you shouldn't be all mad that I initially addressed you as a guy because you are one."