Bridgette B walks into the living room and sits on the couch next to Kenzie Reeves. When she tries to talk to her, Kenzie can’t hear her because she’s blasting music in her headphones. When Bridgette removes them and says hello sarcastically to get her attention, Kenzie freaks out and asks her what the hell she wants. She feels smothered and overwhelmed and just wants some privacy. Bridgette asks her to please calm down but Kenzie is pissed off. She has no right to tell her what to do. Bridgette isn’t even her real mom for fuck’s sake! Bridgette tries to calm her down but Kenzie unloads on her saying that she’s so stressed out about school and from trying to figure out who she is. She gets so frustrated that she storms out of the room. Bridgette follows her upstairs and asks her why she’s so angry. Kenzie is really confused and doesn’t know how to voice the fact that she’s gay. Once she blurts it out, Bridgette assures her that it’s perfectly natural and that in fact she’s had her own experiences as well. She tells Kenzie that back in college she experimented an awful lot and found herself liking woman as much as men. When Kenzie asks her if her feelings are normal, Bridgette assures her that it’s perfectly normal to like girls. In fact, why doesn’t she show her how normal it is? Bridgette attempts to kiss her but Kenzie stops her, asking what she thinks she’s doing. But Bridgette is persistent and when she convinces Kenzie to teach her the ropes, Kenzie finally let’s go and has her first lesbian experience.