I just want to mention that Alexis Texas is a pillar of the community. College Girls Gone Wild was a cinematic masterpiece, and the way she stood up to the headmaster in Volume 2 was truly an inspiration to women everywhere. I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s shown as an educational video by middle schools to young girls entering puberty in the next few years. She showed that not only can women be loving and charitable (as she did during her lesbian scene with Sammy Summers) but also commanding and devoted to her work (shown in Volume 3, when she has to haze the new pledges to her sorority).
Honestly people don’t give her enough credit – as both a character and a person. Alexis has gone through what many young high school girls have. In Pounded On Prom Night, Alexis really connects with girls everywhere. After telling her date no to anal, she offers a blowjob as consolation. Unfortunately she succumbed to peer pressure and in doing so she takes the burden of all young girls everywhere, sharing in their suffering and ultimately growing as a character from it. This is not the only time Ms. Texas would be forced into something in her life, like in Volume 2, where the headmaster strong-arms her and her sorority sisters into pleasing him or all greek life on campus will be shut down. Alexis takes one for the team as the first one to submit, sacrificing herself so that her sisters can be free.
Alexis is an amazing woman and whose example should be honestly striven towards by any young female growing up in the era of masochist oppression. Alexis has single-handedly become the torchbearer for the American feminist movement, and will ultimately lead our civilization to full gender equality.
These are just a few of many examples as to why the greatest tragedy of this century is not trap music, but the fact that Ms. Texas has not yet been given the Congressional Medal of Honor.Read More