Sharon is working her way through college. The experience has not been pleasant, partly due to her plain Jane appearance and her lack of any social life.
Caroline is Sharon’s roommate, and only friend, and shares much of the issues as Sharon. They have lived for several months as roomies, in a platonic relationship. Until Sharon returns to the dorm after working a late shift at her job.
The evening becomes an epiphany for both girls caused by a secret Brittany shares with her roommate. And Sharon uncovers her roomie’s fetish. The girls start a journey into a lifestyle that leads them on to become women, and lets them shed their school girl personas.
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