Dorian is no stranger to obliterating boundaries. They make no effort to hide their androgynous looks — in fact, amplifying this narrative in their favor — to project their idiosyncratic nature through tunes.
Laden throughout their LP, are countless witty innuendos that point out the daily challenges and realities they face as a queer woman: "Emasculate me. Cut the man right out of me;" "I know I ain't straight, but Imma say it straight to you;" "God made me and Adam and Steve. And he loves me."
Most importantly, Dorian's album pays homage to the upcoming genre of Hyper Pop, and is doing so profoundly.