This is super easy to read. It's only 30 pages long total and has a humorous and lighthearted tone throughout. It's affirming and pleasant. The ultimate lesson of the story is that it's better to accept people as they are rather than trying to interpret them through a lens of normalcy, with Yuzu ultimately realizing that fe had been trying too hard to be a normal boy rather than acting in ways that fe found comfortable and with Ichigo realizing that reading about the experiences of other trans people isn't as important as talking to Yuzu femself.
I will say that there is a lot of misgendering that goes on in the thought bubbles and stuff, even among Yuzu's friends. It isn't commented upon in story, so my current assumption is that this misgendering was caused by translation "errors" and that it wasn't present in the original text.