The word that best describes Convenience Store Girls is "clear": the picture's clear, the sound's clear and, most importantly, the message is clear. The story focuses on a convenience store that sells sophisticated men's magazines, and the female employees who constantly get harassed by self-proclaimed do-gooders known as "thought police." These "freedom bandits" (Steve Drake and Randy West), who are motivated by a federal commission which says sexual thoughts cause all crime, feel it's their duty to rid society of this demon.
But the efforts of the "thought police" are thwarted by the diligence and persuasiveness of convenience store girls Keisha and Leslie Winston. These two give the cops something to really think about in a steamy double couple scene, while back at the store Stacey Donovan gets to the heart (or should I say head) of the matter with a Meese Commission salesman (Scott Irish).
Viewers of this video will appreciate the fact that there's more than plot and sex to Convenience Store Girls . . . there's a purpose. This feature, which may go to an extreme, forces you to stop, think and appreciate the freedom afforded by the United States Constitution.
The action, editing and video quality are about average for today's sexvids. But it's Cash Markman and Chad Randolfs script, and the delivery of the anti-censorship message by the cast, that earns Convenience Store Girls such high grades.