The plot here involves a male and female member of the long-haired campus “counterculture” having a “contest” to try to seduce their young professor and his wife. Their plan goes horribly awry though because the wife turns to be a sex-crazed bisexual swinger, and the female student (Malissa Longo) ends up falling for the professor.
Gilles, who operates a money-losing garage, teams up with his friends Max, who operates a scrap yard, and lawyer Xavier to open a brothel catering to women. They get the idea from Gilles’ secretary Irma, a former prostitute. They are assisted in the implementation by Max’s wife Juliette and Sabine who is mad for Gilles. Unfortunately, Gilles has fallen for Florence, the daughter of the conservative Prime Minister. When the Prime Minister tries to shut down the brothel Gilles decides to stand against him in the election.
Two young friends – one poet, the other a sculptor – have fun conquering the wives of others.
With her husband still missing since WWII, the voluptuous innkeeper, Miranda insists on waiting for her lost husband to return; however, hers is an idle promise because, in the meantime, she enjoys keeping an affair with the young transporter.
A wife adds sexual favor to a deal between her husband and a stubborn land owner.
In the Middle Ages, the intrepid Cecco earns eating in taverns and squares as a novelist. His specialty is to re-read the Decameron of Boccaccio, narrating the stories most erotic and licentious, whose theme loves of nuns and friars, and rich women who want to fool their old husbands with bold boys.
A husband comes home and finds his wife in bed with a lover.
A group of young men and women, seeking refuge in a secluded villa just outside the city of Florence, shares different stories of adultery and forbidden love.