Leading the Way
Cheerleaders lead in dumbness
"What the hell!?" cried cheerleading captain Audrey Michaels as she saw the headline in the Ridley High newspaper. The rest of the piece--an opinion column by the editor, Bob Leonard--read like every "blonde joke" ever devised...with "cheerleader" substituted for "blonde".
Audrey and Bob had been a couple until a few months ago, when he complained that her schedule of practices, games and competitions was interfering too much with their ability to go out. This was clearly his revenge for her decision that cheerleading came first.
"I'll kill him," she swore under her breath, "I'll absolutely kill him!"
"Oh, don't do anything that drastic." Audrey turned to find the new student teacher, Margaret Wilson, smiling behind her. "In fact, I have a really great way you can do something much more embarrassing to him!"
"Miss Wilson!" Audrey gasped. "I didn't mean..."
"Sure you did, Audrey," Margaret insisted. "Come to my house tonight and I'll explain." She handed the girl her address.
At 7:30 that evening, a tall brunette beauty in a maid's uniform opened the door and escorted Audrey to the living room. Margaret sat on the couch, while another woman who seemed to be her twin, was in a chair in the corner. Audrey recognized the third person as a senior named Connie, well known as a flirt around the school.
"Hello, Audrey," Margaret greeted her. "These are my sisters, Samantha and Connie. You met the maid, Belinda. Unfortunately, my mom is away on business."
"Miss Wilson, what has all this to do with my needing revenge on Bob Leonard?" Audrey asked.
"Let me tell you a story...or perhaps you already know some of it," Margaret began. "Have you heard the tale of the 'mystery prom queen'?"
"Sure the whole school knows that one--it was about six years ago, wasn't it?"
"That's right," Margaret said. "And Samantha here was the mystery...of course, back then she was better known as my brother, Sam. And Connie was Kenny. And Belinda was my father, Bill."
Audrey was shocked. "You mean you turned them all into girls?"
Margaret smiled again and told her the full story--of how she had hypnotized her twin brother first, then, with her mother's concurrence, had entranced and transformed her younger brother and her father, creating an all female household...with only the real women in control.
The light dawned in Audrey's eyes. "You mean we could do the same to Bob Leonard?" Margaret grinned. "Of course--turn him into exactly the stereotypical image of the cheerleader he derided in that column...and make him love it. More than love it, actually--we can make him crave it." Audrey nodded enthusiastically as the student teacher outlined her plan.
More to come