What Do You Say To Naked Boys?

What Do You Say To Naked Boys?

Eddy and his friends Scott and Luke are now trying to protect the the girls they've had crushes on since second grade, as they walk the school halls naked. They're trying to support and protect them in school, even though the girls say they don't need protection.
Now that the girls are protected from pregnancy, they're getting ideas of their own. How do you get permission to spend an weekend studying and other things at Addy's house? How much studying do you do, and how much other things? What's it like to walk naked with people you've known since second grade? What about being around people who you've only known for a few weeks but have been naked for years before moving to Texas? Oh, and how do three naked girls and three naked boys figure out who they want to go off in a corner with? Can they have them all?
Eddy finds that he and the two other boys are wanting the same type of naked freedom the girls are enjoying. Also, how do you show naked girlfriends you're with them?
Do you go to the mall and steal a few things, getting sentenced to two years Permanude? Actually, it's more like how do you persuade the cop at the mall to sentence you? Texas seems to love humiliating girls by making them walk around naked. Boys? Not so much. If you do get sentenced to be naked, how do you tell your folks? Worse, how do you walk the halls at school? The girls may get hot and wet, but it's not that obvious. Wood on a boy is pretty obvious. Addy starts chatting online with Gina, a girl in Lubbock. It seems like those old men in Austin may have cut a few corners when they declared the entire state of Texas a Chastity Zone. Then they realize that no one has challenged that particular law. "Are you and your girlfriends and boyfriends game?" Will Texas ever be the same?

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Series: Permanude Universe, What Do You Say?, Book 22
Publisher: Books by Gloria
Publication Year: 2018
ASIN: B07BGXYWH2
eBook Price: 2.99
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