CUTTING THE CORD: A JANE WILDE STORY CURIOUS TEENAGER CHEATS ON BOYFRIEND WITH OLDER UNCIRCUMCISED MANScene opens on Leah (Jane Wilde), a 19-year-old junior counselor at a conservative camp. The shy Jewish teenager has been attending the camp for years, but this will be her first year as a counselor. It is also where she met her boyfriend, Josh (Jake Adams), another junior counselor. They've been together for a year and Josh is a shining example of exactly who her religious parents want her to marry. He comes from an upscale family with deep roots and is planning to go into pre-med in the fall. Once he is settled, they will get married and she will start having his children. It's all been perfectly planned out. But, as they set up their tent for the camp's annual wilderness kickoff, Leah finds herself conflicted. She loves Josh, but she is anxious about spending the rest of her life with him. He is her only sexual experience. And, this summer, will be her last chance to explore herself before she makes that final commitment. She reviews the checklist on her clipboard, while Josh fumbles in the background to finish setting up their tent. He is busy talking about all the cliques in the camp and how Leah shouldn't worry about the fact that her family makes less money than most of them. She is with him now and everybody will accept her. Plus, they're junior counselors ... one step away from running the place! As Leah nods aimlessly, she notices one of the senior counselors approaching them.Charlie (Danny Mountain) is the only non-Jewish counselor at the camp, brought in several years ago as the football coach. Leah has always been fascinated by him. He is British, in his mid-thirties, athletic, and absolutely the opposite of everything her parents would approve of. With a boisterous laugh, Charlie struts over and checks in to see if Josh needs any help. 'There are a still a lot of tents to set up before the kids arrive, mate!' Josh looks irritated. 'I'll get them done,...' he replies. Flashing a wink at Leah, Charlie heads off to talk to another counselor. In the distance, Leah watches him. As Josh grumbles, she stares almost transfixed. CUT to inside her mind, as she fantasizes about Charlie kissing her and pushing her down to her knees. She stares up at his erection as he pulls out his uncircumcised cock and lays it over her face. CUT back to the present. Josh has said her name several times, annoyed, before she snaps back to reality. 'Can you help me finish this tent please?' he whines. She puts the clipboard down and turns to help him, apologizing, but not before sneaking one final look back over her shoulder. CUT TO TITLE PLATECut to that night, as the sun sets. Leah sits on Josh's lap in front of their tent. Apart from some flashlights going off in the tents behind them, all is quiet on the camp. The couple have 30 minutes left of 'watch duty' before they can retire, so they pass the time talking about their relationship. How they first saw each other years earlier at his brother's bar mitzvah, how he finally worked up the nerve to ask her out on her 18th birthday last summer, and the type of wedding they want to plan. Josh holds her tightly and kisses the top of her head as they talk. It's clear how much he loves her. Feeling conflicted, she tries to say something but backs down when she looks in his eyes. 'Is everything ok?' He asks. She wishes she could look at him and feel safe, secure, and in love. But she doesn't. 'What?' he asks again. 'Nothing,' she quickly replies. 'You just -- you're so amazing!' Josh smiles. 'Well, you know how much I love you. I don't have to say it.' Leah quickly shakes her head. 'No, you don't. You don't ever have to say it!'She leans in and kisses him on the lips. He kisses back, and they begin making out. They kiss intensely for a moment, as Leah desperately tries to feel something. Anything. Any sort of passion or excitement inside. She deepens the kiss and begins to undo his shorts when Josh pulls away. 'Whoa, are you sure?' he asks, looking around. She nods quickly. She knows she can't keep feeling like this. She wants things to go back to how they were when they first met. She doesn't want to hurt him. 'Of course, I am. I want to make you feel good.' He protests a little about their plans to wait till the wedding before she assures him it will just be a BJ. They've done that plenty of times before, just not in public. He smiles sheepishly as she grabs his hand, leading them away from the cluster of tents.They get to a tree and Leah pushes Josh against it. She sinks down to her knees, undoes his shorts, and takes out his dick. It's exactly as it always has been. Circumcised - the only one she's ever seen. She takes it in her mouth and starts to blow him, desperate to feel SOMETHING for her boyfriend...After the session, which leaves her feeling more anxious and guilt-ridden before, Josh's walkie-talkie buzzes. It's a senior counselor, asking why he left his post. There is a camper who just threw up and needs to see the nurse. He kisses Leah goodbye and tells her he'll take care of it. She should go shower or something. He jogs off, leaving the girl standing in the woods.CUT to Leah in the shower. As she runs her hands down her body, she closes her eyes and flashes of Charlie's face come to mind. She sees him smiling at her. His muscular, hard body. The slight bulge in his shorts. She can't help but slip a finger inside herself, still keeping her eyes closed. She moans softly and plays with herself, letting the fantasy take over. All thoughts of religion, Josh, and her parents are gone... She knows what she needs to do now.CUT to the gravel road. Her hair still wet, she looks down at her own walkie-talkie. Nervously, she tunes it to Charlie's frequency and calls him. 'What's up, my Jewish American princess?' he responds jovially. Leah takes a deep breath before stammering, 'Charlie, I need to see you. I need you to help me with something.' There is a pause before Charlie, with a notable change in his voice, replies. 'Of course, Leah. I'm down in the rec room. Meet me there.' Putting her walkie-talkie down, Leah takes one long look down the road before turning to run towards her first ever act of rebellion, breaking the number one rule she was raised to obey.