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John ripped off the mask and threw it to the ground before starting to walk home. He was glad to be outside again, the virus had made him a shut in for the past few months. Even if it didn’t work, the mask had given him the courage to go outside; he had missed being outside. Then he wondered if the mask wasn’t designed to prevent all transformation, just the really bad ones. After all, when all was said and done, he was still pretty normal. But he remembered the ads, they said the mask would prevent ALL transformations. It clearly didn’t do that. He felt a little betrayed, even when he thought about his transformation. He actually sort of enjoyed what happened to him; this was a huge step up. He was a gorgeous woman. He really shouldn’t be angry at the mask for failing him and turning him into this, but for some reason, he still was.