The ridiculous frame story involves a group of scandal sheet reporters discussing the problem of "young seducers" throwing themselves at older men. (I don't think this has ever really been that much of a societal "problem"--more likely the dirty old rotters watching this back in the day WISHED it were a problem). The result is, of course, is very similar to the more famous Ernest Haufbauer-Walter Boos "schulmadchen-report" series, but those had a little less sex and quite a bit better stories. The girls in the Hofbauer-Boos films were not especially believable as "schulmadchen", but the mature and voluptuous women in this movie are not even remotely believable as the characters they're supposedly playing--the "young seducers" here don't look appreciably younger than the "older men" they're seducing.
Still you get to see these ridiculously horny, clothing-averse vixens seducing a male artist, a chemistry teacher, a lesbian piano teacher, a soccer star, a Shakespearean actor, and a naive English university. One girl is working as a prostitute at a gas station (oookay). Another girl hitches a ride to school with a passing motorist and gives HIM a ride on the way. Another girl does a sexy strip out of a red halter and hot pants ensemble and has sex with four guys. With it's it numerous, sex-soaked but really pretty pedestrian stories this isn't as entertaining as most of the Hofbauer-Boos films. It's also not as good as producer-director Irwin Dietrich's own "Swinging Stewardesses" where a lot of these same actresses, much more believably, played horny airline stewardesses, and at least you got some good travelogue footage in between the sex scenes. Irwin Dietrich later produced some of Jess Franco's sickest 70's WIP films. This is not nearly as sleazy as any of those, but it's not as interesting either.