A grandmother remembers -- when foxy Gigi arrives at a dilapidated summer camp with her over-sexed boyfriend and horny friends, their hedonism is plagued by two nosy rich Arabs, a big Indian and the uptight high school administrator.

SAFE SEX SUMMER CAMP' set in the '70s, is an original ensemble nostalgia teen sex comedy script.

The high pregnancy rate at the local high school, alarm the school nurse, Jane Frank, the gym teacher, Dick Newman and guidance counselor, Laya Track.

They organize an experimental sex-education holiday week during the summer vacation since they figure the teens will be frisky anyways.

Dick remembers his childhood holidays and contacts the now run-down 'Sunny Shores Summer Camp' being sold by a de-frocked minister, Pastor Bates.

The overgrown camp has a secret cave on the property guarded by a native Indian, Chief Wolf.

The various teens sign up who need to work out their issues: mammoth virgin linebacker, Jake Nimrod likes petit and shy musician, Barb Edwin and not pushy, horny cheerleader, Gigi Wolf who knows the truth about teen rake Tom Catrall; twins Tommy and Timmy Caro want a three-some; Mona (moaner) can't get any action from shy Ian; Andy and Heli need some practice while Peter and Rachel take things too fast.

(Sister) Sarah Spent, administrator of the parochial high school stirs the pot with her unexpected appearance. Camp cook, Fiona Quinn and caretaker Gord Laird help run the camp and solicit the teens.

Prospective Arab buyers get an eyeful of bikini-clad girls and passionate couples in their unannounced tours of the dilapidated camp.

Chief Wolf causes diversions and obstructions to the nature exploring.

By the week’s end, hearts and hymens are broken, surprised new coupling and a fresh-start to the old camp.

Written by:
In the Vein Of:
Wet Hot American Summer
American Pie, Band Camp
Author Bio:
Christine J. Whitlock has written (9) feature scripts and (3) TV pilots. You can see Christine Whitlock's list of scripts for sale at Her film production is at Christine Whitlock has a Magazine Journalism Certificate from Ryerson University Toronto, Novel Writing and Creative Writing Certificate from George Brown College Toronto. She explores heightened emotions in her writing.

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