This book follows the story of Ralph, a new employee who moves into a shared house with three colleagues, including Lena, a young woman in her early twenties. Lena is part of a women's hockey team, and the players often have meetings that turn into wild parties at the shared house.
As the players become more carefree and 'up for anything,' they devise a 'competitive game' where they earn points for the shortness of their skirts and bonus points for going knickerless on weekend evenings. This game is played individually or with their own circle of friends and involves a level of exhibitionism that pushes the boundaries.
This book delves into the world of UK exhibitionism, exploring the excitement and arousal that comes from pushing the limits of social norms. If you're intrigued by exhibitionism and the exhibitionist scene in the UK, this book is sure to captivate and arouse you with its portrayal of young women exploring their desires and pushing the boundaries of social norms.
Includes the story ‘Girls Bringing on the Revolution’
Dress Down Friday
The book is 57 pages.