These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Draco in Leather Pants: Most of the fan art for the game seems to be pairing up the girls with the human wolves. Carmen's is especially prettified, no longer appearing to be middle aged, bald, and frequently seems to get a Race Lift.
Reviewers describe the meaning behind the game as being as subjective as a puzzle of the night sky with nothing but perfectly square pieces. The creators are amused by all the wild interpretations, and have stated, "What you see in the game seems to speak more about yourself than the game."
Freud Was Right: The creators have said that they hear countless people describe this game as being "about rape". They admit that's one possible interpretation, but would like you to try to look a little deeper.
Fridge Horror: Three of the "wolves" are (or are in the form of) adult men, and combined with the imagery of broken or impaled beds at Grandmother's house, and the girl in the dog tent at the Woodsman's camp, the goal of the game has been interpreted as having each girl be raped. The game files refer to it more as murder. Although it's most likely not happening literally,and they come back at the end.
In Carmen's livejournal she states that if she were a man, and if Ruby wasn't related to her, she could see herself "liking" Ruby. And in one of Scarlet's entries, Carmen leaves a comment about enjoying feeling heat on her skin and Ruby comments that Carmen has "a beautiful body that is a pleasure to look at, I'm sure".
Narm: Given the general tone of the game it's kind of hard to take Robin's wolf seriously when she starts riding on top of it like a pony.
Nightmare Fuel: Again, Grandma's house, especially after encountering a wolf.
"The Forest Theme" is spooky, but not spookier than the rest of the soundtrack. And then you get to the last minute...
Paranoia Fuel: At least from a gameplay standpoint. Despite some references to the wolves possibly attacking you at any moment, they actually only appear in a specific area for each girl. Though, if you don't know where they are...
Tear Jerker: Some of the girls are terribly troubled, and some of the things you have them do are so wrong that you can't help but feel sorry for them.
Unfortunate Implications: One review savaged this game for its false sense of choice (if you go off the path, terrible things happen... but if you don't, nothing happens) and its implied lesson that women can't deviate from the straight and narrow in life or suffer terrible consequences.