Her teenage son, unlike no other teenager, spends all his time on the computer, and shows no inclinations at all to sex. He is dead to the world of female charm. Girls and anything to do with women scare him to death. He avoids them as hell fire, and speaks and acts as any transverse would. The mother consults a doctor, who assures her nothing, is wrong physically or physiologically with her son. All that was needed to make him normal, the doctor tells her, was to help him get rid of his fear of women.
Greatly worried, she tries to make him have sex with a prostitute. It avails nothing. The mother is disappointed but does not lose hope. She makes a second attempt. She persuades a friend of hers, though older than her son, to arouse him and expose him to the pleasures of sex. This again fails, as the boy fails to be aroused. Finally the mother seeks the help of a female student of psychology to initiate her son into the pleasures of sex by having sex with him (in her presence).