Emily Lindin – the girl at the center of it all
Stephanie – starts as Emily’s best friend, but turns into her biggest detractor
Jenna – on-again, off-again friend
Melanie – a friend, gives Emily advice, and seems to have her back
Erin – tiny and full of energy, often caught up in the same drama with Emily
Emma – usually a straight-talker, funny and cute, but has a nasty streak
Stacy – usually Emily’s friend. She decides to try out being a ‘slut’
Amanda Collins – not Emily’s friend; carries the ‘slut’ label before Emily
Hannah – cool and beautiful, a sometimes friend
Kaylee – athletic and cute, likes to flirt with the boys, able to treat them as equals
Zach – the first boyfriend, the hook-up that starts it all
Matt – Zach’s best friend, and sometime controller of events
Jacob – carries himself with a nonchalant swagger; ‘skater boy’
James – usually kind, has empathy for Emily when she is sexually bullied
Mark – a short-term boyfriend, sometime defender of Emily, sometime predator; Seems serious and intense; Emily doesn’t feel empowered in their relationship
Tyler – usually supportive; Emily sees him as her intellectual equal, so she seeks his approval; goes from being a friend to a boyfriend
Daniel – goofy, and gets away with stuff because of it
Scott – rather hapless, a follower, trying to fit in
Hunter – doesn’t know Emily as a person, and only responds to her as her reputation as a ‘slut’
Not yet produced.
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Sexual themes and some strong language.