In order to avoid the gender discrimination prevalent in Sri Lanka, a woman decides to pass as a man and gets a job as a mechanic and even takes a wife.
Japanese schoolboy is saved from an attempted suicide by his teacher only to be raped by that teacher before starting a menage a tois which includes one of the teacher’s girl students.
Yuki Morimura is by all accounts a disappointment. The only thing the substitute teacher has going for him is that he is the concertmaster of an amateur orchestra.
Two women, Qun and Ling, have a peaceful and loving relationship. But Qun’s mother arrive to pay a visit and, not knowing her daughter is a lesbian, tries to arrange boyfriends for her. And Junjun, Ling’s former girlfriend, reappears, after having killed her own father, who abused her.
Tadashi has fallen in love with his classmate, Kota, and doesn’t dare to tell anyone. This destroys all hope he ever had of getting together with Kota. Thoroughly depressed, Tadashi meets a gay couple on the train. Hiroki and Shinji are fascinating…
Sayoko, a young woman, meets Goh and his older gay lover Tochi, and invites them to use a room in her apartment. The three become good friends until Tochi’s wife threatens to expose Tochi to his office workers. Tochi leaves and Goh falls for a new man, Kurihara. Sayoko tries to entice Kurihara to meet Goh, but he is not really gay. Kurihara seduces and abuses Sayoko, leaving her with child.
Cradling his lucky condom, Tien moves to Taipei to meet an Internet hottie. But as soon as said hottie drops the “I have some hot DVDs at home” bomb, Tien flees to a nightclub, unwilling to part with his virginity outside the context of a passionate love affair. At the club, he glimpses Bai, a/k/a “Playboy No. 1.” Bai’s got a pitch-black heart, though, either from reading girlie mags or an unprecedented series of one-night stands.
The story of two men, who met as apprentices in the Peking Opera, and stayed friends for over 50 years and the woman who comes between them during the entire political history of China in the twentieth century.
It is a story about two men and a woman — more likely two boys and a girl as they were innocent and confused in their own way.
A sensitive love story of two women living in a repressive society.