The story, such as it is, swims around its four women. The conventionally heterosexual Allegra (Sarah Lloyd) is worried that she hates sex. She's in a relationship with the woman-chasing Adrian (Vince Constantino), who is both the roommate to guy's-guy Dick (Jarret Ervin) and is sleeping with Gwen (Siobhan Beckett) on the side while pursuing Devon (Sarah Weissman), a tomboyish personal trainer. Gwen is in a relationship with the effeminate Benji (Sam Hayder), who lives next door to Allegra. Benji works-methinks, it's a bit confusing-at/near the same place as Kate (Jessica Ruth Baker), a man-hating radical lesbian (see: "stereotypes, traffics in," above), and at some point nearly every woman goes to see DJ (Alexander Scally), a gay hairdresser (ditto).