Smelling fresh coffee being brewed, Jordon Arya heads for the kitchen and his housemate Kole McGee hands him a mug. Kole pitches the idea for a new book he’s working on and Jordon shares his thoughts on current political issues trending in the news.
Kole and Jordon have a spa day and spend some time together flirting in the sauna. They’ve been hot for each other since they met, but Kole hasn’t pushed for anything further than a “housemates with benefits” relationship, as he knows that Jordon has commitment issues.
Making connections with potential allies and donors will aid Jordon’s political cause, so he invites work colleague Tony Huff out for brunch. They share similar political views, and Jordon also finds Tony to be quite a handsome and charming guy.
Jordon organises a protest in San Myshuno’s Uptown to promote his chosen political cause, World United. He busts out a megaphone and passionately rallies other sims to join in. It’s time for everyone in the world to come together and live in peace and harmony!
Feeling down one evening, Jordon confesses his thoughts to his private journal. He knows that he’s in love with Kole, but is so afraid of commitment that he seeks out casual flings with other men and encourages Kole to do the same, so that things never get too serious.
Kole and Jordon form a club with some of their friends. They call themselves the Inamoratos, and meet regularly to relax in the hot tub and socialise. Kole invites Leo Pacifico to join, and Jordon invites Tony Huff. Other members include their friends Vance Wright and Lester Yancey.
Seeing Kole romancing other men starts upsetting Jordon more than it should. Why does he feel this way? Jordon told Kole that a casual relationship is all he wants. But maybe now he wants more? Feeling sad and conflicted, Jordon hides in the garden and waters the plants with his tears.