An exciting and provocative exploration of gender, sexuality, violence, and self-realization - directed, written, and produced by women - presented in a way that has never been seen on film before. 'Jaded' is the story of Meg Harris (Carla Gugino), a loner and outcast in a small town, who is brought to the spotlight by a way of a brutal and violent rape. It is a tale we have all heard before, but not like this. Meg was not raped by a man, but by two women, and now must face an archaic legal system. Jaded deals with a very controversial subject...Should the statutes for sex crimes be gender neutral? Meg meets Pat (Rya Kihlstedt) and Alex (Anna Levine) at Jack's bar. Extra rounds of drinks provided by bar proprietor Jack (Christopher McDonald), and dancing lead to a stroll to the beach and a midnight swim. But what starts innocently, soon gets out of control...Pat and Alex brutally beat and rape Meg. Meg determined to fight for her human rights, decides to go to court. Alex's controlling husband, afraid of losing his "baby" to a jail sentence, threatens Meg. Jack will do anything to protect his friends Pat and Alex, including lie in court. And to complicate matters, Meg must also confront an abusive past, which would ultimately be used against her. Determined to conquer her own insecurities, and move forward with her life, Meg is willing to go the distance.