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Bob gets sent to prison for jaywalking, and it's not so bad compared to women's prisons... And it's full of Yaoi.
Alice gets in a brutal conflict with the prison's Alpha Bitch when she gets there and has to train herself in order to avoid getting bullied or killed by her.
Alice meets her cellmate, who is much stronger and tougher than she is and a bully to boot.
But then winds up in a loving (and sexy) relationship with her, which improves her station in prison life.
The cellmate ends up on friendly terms with Alice, and does not rape her.
Alice and the other inmates are given nothing but revealing swimsuits to wear, and the conditions of the whole place resemble those of a Vacational-Center / Luxury-Spa, complete with massage tables, saunas, swimming pools and artificial beaches!
Lampshaded: "Don't worry about it, Alice; girl jail is just lingerie-clad pillow fights. You know, like on TV!"
Invoked: Alice is sent to prison.
Defied: "You really think female prisons are all about carpet-munching and lounging around in lacey lingerie? Bob, stop watching TV, it does things to you."
Discussed: "Alice will be fine; women's prisons aren't that bad. Not like men's prisons." "Then explain to me why the prettiest inmates come out with huge facial scars they didn't have upon going in."
Conversed: "Clearly, TV writers should stop fapping and start researching about women's prison."
Deconstructed: Because everyone believes a women's prison is just a peaceful dormitory for naughty girls, nobody notices that all the prisoners are planning a massive escape. When the plan is put to execution, no one is prepared and the whole prison's staff gets slaughtered by the inmates as they successfully escape.
Reconstructed: The setting is portrayed realistically, with Alice struggling everyday to survive and not become anyone's "special friend."