Madison is a senior in high school, with at least half the world in front of her, as long men aren't involved. She's entered such a fiercely feminist phase in recent years that she prefers to be called Madi, holding only disgust at the thought of having a male associated word like son be part of her name.
With her mother Mindy, the top earner in the household of course, leaving on a week long business trip, Madison is going to be making life miserable for her stepfather. Joe's never been a man of confrontation, and always tried to simply sit on the sidelines and be supportive, holding no regrets at having a woman who wears the pants in his home.
Mindy just knows the week is not going to be easy for Joe, but naturally Joe won't complain, and hopefully Madison will just leave the poor guy alone, focus on her studies. It's her daughter's studies that gives her hopes as she runs late catching her cab to the airport. Madison has been using her tablet to look up new advanced study techniques for what she plans on focusing her college career on next year.
Called Patriarchal Liberation, Madison just knows this is the course for her, some fancy advanced study technique that takes about five minutes to direct input new knowledge on what she assumes is the women's war against the society of men, sorry little animals who can't help but objectify women.
As soon as her mother is out the door, Madison is in her room, loading the app into her phone, slipping the phone into her VR headset case, and preparing to learn just how amazing women really are, and hopefully more ways men are pigs.
As soon as this fancy Learning Undergraduate Techniques program begins, Madison finds herself standing in a three dimensional world with flurries of colors around her. When the narrator, a woman naturally, begins talking, floating television screens appear all around her.
However the program takes a dramatic turn barely a minute into learning anything, the screens showing various women in all phases of life, professions, fields, general social settings. When the female voice informs Madison that liberating herself, means accepting herself, and accepting herself means being comfortable in her body, the feisty teenager knows something is wrong.
But when the narrator informs her that this little instant lesson is geared solely to helping her accept her body and liberating herself from thoughts in order to better inspire lust in a patriarchal society, Madison has had enough.
It's disgusting and horrible, yet she can't remove the headset, her mind wanting to, the bright powerful strobes of colored lights inside the headset somehow manipulating her from doing so.
Continuing in a misguided twisted anti-feminist lesson, the narrator's voice gets less and less 'strong confident woman' and more and more 'simple headed bimbo'.
The floating screens shift from normal settings for women to find themselves in to perverse situations where those women are only pleasing and serving various men. Eventually the screens simply show a first person view as though Madison herself is doing so many horrible depraved things, one screen making her appear to suck a cock, another making her appear to be some eager recipient of multiple dicks.
Madison simply can't handle the unwanted stimulation of her senses, and ultimately finds herself looking around in VR, up on a darkened stage, dancing and stripping for the imaginary virtual men around her.
Will Madison find an all new perspective to live by in a patriarchal society? Will she manage to resist and be strong, a strong smart confident young woman? Or will Madison be making this the best week ever for poor Joe who has walked on eggshells around her for years now?
SINtendo educates some hard lessons in the battle of the sexes... where sex always wins out as the solution.