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When I first saw this show, i was a bit confused and couldn't really understand, whether i liked it or hated it. The openness and the direct way to high school girls sex topics was surprising. After few episodes the surprise turned into excitement, because i found this show to be a very nice refreshment to simple comedy shows for young viewers.
The story is about four popular girls and their sex adventures, combined with the usual high school everyday subjects - popularity, studying, school uniforms etc. That's what made me think about the similarity of this show's conception to the one of "Sex and the City". Although, being about a different generation of women, this show is less serious and not so life-a-like.
Every topic is handled with a witty sense of humor, which is probably most understandable for young people, that have already had some life experiences and are taking the last out of their youth. These are the people, i would definitely recommend to see this show.
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