Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
The Gay Pride movement promotes the civil rights and tolerance of same-sex relationships. Though united in their endeavors, there are many internal issues threatening to divide them. The differences between gays and lesbians and the treatment they receive within the homosexual subculture is an area of major discontent. Though its intent is serious and slightly slanted towards the plight of lesbians, the overall tone of this provocative documentary exploration of those differences is generally sassy and lighthearted. The issue is explored via numerous interviews held with prominent members of gay communities across the U.S.
homosexual, lesbianism, gay/lesbian-rights, inequality, movement [social change], same-sex-marriage, subculture, tolerance