Alice's New Wonderland
Imagine Lewis Carroll’s blonde heroine Alice Liddell, transplanted from her Victorian milieu to our rather more complicated era. She’s the spoiled daughter of a minor Hollywood starlet too selfinvolved to give her child the guidance she needs. At eighteen, having misbehaved too badly to graduate high school, she’s dumped with her handsome but stern stepuncle. She soon discovers that the lax ways in which she conducts her life are unacceptable to her strict Uncle and the martinet Headmistress of the school in which he places her. The grownups believe that the best medicine for naughty young women is to have their skirts raised and panties lowered so that their bare bottoms can be soundly spanked. As they right her course, Alice secretly comes to appreciate the painful attention accorded her perfect cheerleader’s buttocks. Later, Alice is enrolled in a strict conventbased women’s college, where the salacious nuns carry on the same disciplinary philosophy, with additional sexual attentions she finds addictive. However, when at 22 and finally on her own, Alice’s impulsive ways return, and with her life a wreck, she’s rescued by her uncle and his new bride, becoming subjected their total immersion disciplinary treatment.