Trigger warning for knives, blood and sexual content.
The story revolves around a shy Chinese restaurant worker named Matt and the bustling environment of food service. He is easily overwhelmed and exhausted with all the tasks he has to do and in the middle of cutting open some mail, he accidentally cuts his finger. This is when a stylish man walks into the restaurant and catches Matt’s eye; the character turns out to be Tu’er shen, a ching dynasty god also known as the rabbit god.
The full film can be found at the bottom of this post.
The LGBT National Help Center wants to make sure you know that there is no ONE WAY of being. Each person has their own journey and has the right to find comfort and joy in the person they are, and how they express themselves.
The journey of self discovery may be different for each person, and those with questions or concerns on their gender and/or sexual identity are welcome to talk with our peer support volunteers on our national hotlines and online one-to-one chat.
LGBT National Hotline; 888-843-4564
LGBT National Coming Out Support Hotline: 888-688-5428
LGBT National Youth Talkline: 800-246-7743
LGBT National Senior Hotline: 888-234-7243
Online chat: www.LGBThotline.org/chat
Even if you are not at a place where you can have that conversation, you are very welcome to explore our website for books, films, comics, podcasts and more as ways to connect yourself to the community and other narratives. For more please check out www.LGBThotline.org