This outrageous new comedy is told in five outrageously funny parts all dealing with young women and the various issues they confront today. It's part sit-com, part stand-up, and part sketch-comedy. This collection of vignettes parades a series of foxy, witty, and anxious women who bear the expectations of the world like an itchy muffler. Coffee-driven, sensitive, wired, misunderstood, and fuming with awkward issues, these girls are frustrated with the ways of the world, the perceptions men have of them and their own complex reactions to it. How, for example, do you resolve societal contradictions like dressing sexy and still considering yourself a feminist? These women go head to head with such issues as Electra complexes, bikini waxes, low rider jeans, their oversexed mothers, thongs, brazen teenagers, men's sexual fantasies, side effects of birth control drugs, mean teenagers on the subway, sympathy sex, and the artistic integrity of penises and vaginas in independent films. This play has great material for scene and monologue work as well as for performance.