Very typical shoujo love story between a boy and a girl, except Sara-chan, the protagonist, is trans. in my opinion, this doesn't save it from being fairly mediocre. But being transgender myself, I quite enjoyed relating to her daily struggles.
The treatment of the main character as a trans girl is quite refreshing. There are people that hate her, people that love her, but most important of all, she's proud of herself. shes an adorable character, and I appreciate how they kept her true to herself. I'm sick n tired of "traps" so the fact she isn't a trap is an immediate bonus.
So if you
yourself are trans yourself, sick of traps. or just need an easy, cute shoujo, give it a go. its incredibly short, which while it makes the pacing pretty bad, means its 0 commitment. nothing special overall, def not perfect, but its interesting in the way it handles its representation of trans chars.