Virginal eighteen year old Cinnamon, embarks on a journey that begins along the paths of a Renaissance Faire. There she meets a beautiful giant woman in a gold robe, offering her an exquisite ornate box. Her asking price, Cinnamon would learn later was much higher than she would ever imagine.


Eighteen year old Cinnamon arrives home from a Renaissance Faire with a beautiful jewel box, that she purchased at quite a discount. Surprisingly all the vendor asked was for Cinnamon to go behind a tent curtain with her. The price seemed reasonable and although Cinnamon passed out behind the curtain forgetting everything that happened, the tall lady had her box ready for her when she woke up.

Cinnamon learns once she get it home the box was not what it seemed. Gone from inside as the lush black velvet lining, and in its place was a whirling mist that confused the young girl. While she is watching the insides of the box transfixed, the beautiful giant woman in the gold robe emerges from the whirling mist.

The tall woman, who told the young girl to call her Cherry, reveals that she is in fact the embodiment of the  girls virginity. The actual box is merely an illusion. The woman, Cherry is there to help Cinnamon to find her virginity, knowing its importance to her.

Cinnamon balks at the woman’s word, emphatically telling her that she needs no help in finding her virginity, because she has never lost it. Cherry, in a series of wild erotic demonstrations, shows the young girl that the possession of virginity is more metaphysical than physiological or biological. Over time, the odyssey becomes a search for the Holy Grail rather than virtue.

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