Did ANYONE give their actual gender in this? I love how the second option in the second question is: "I pressed [opposite]" so people aren't really denying that yes, that is what they wanted. Also, lame production in general.
This has a really good message and brings up an important issue many people are either unaware of of purposely disrespect. I think messages like these should have more attention brought to them contemporarily because it fits right under the umbrella of sexuality tolerance and support. However, the flash itself could've had more work put into it, as the artwork and fonts weren't very visually appealing to the eye.
It's just called fail parents on a whole new level.
I respect the message. The animation and drawing weren't great, but it's very cleverly made.