“Tongqi” is a Chinese language neologism for women who have married gay men. To continue the family bloodline is one of the most important values to a traditional Chinese family. Most gay men will choose to marry a woman as requested by parents. According to Professor Zhang Bei-Chuan, there are around 14 million “Tongqi” in China. Most of them have no idea about the homosexual identity of their partners until their first child was born. Some of them will even not be informed until the end of their life. Teresa from Wuhan was once a “Tongqi”. Her husband came out to her two months after their wedding. In this documentary, Teresa shares her experience of being a “Tongqi” and how it changed her life. Fortunately, her “Tongqi” experience does not ruin her life. In contrary, she chooses to dedicate her life to help other “Tongqi” to walk out of darkness.