"Words" is a documentary that explores Identity and self-realization. In a generation built on texts, tweets, memes, and irony, what has become of the weight of our words? In what way does communication serve as a form of self-expression, and self-expression a form of communication? Multiple LGBTQ stars!
When Conner first meets Gay newbie Devin, he feels an instant attraction for him. However, soon into the relationship Conner's nemesis, the Puerto Rican Drag Queen, Adora, wants Devin all to herself. Conner soon realizes the only way to compete with a drag queen is to become a drag queen. With the help of his club friends, Conner must make it his mission to destroy Adora if he wants to win back Devin. Stars Eric Millegan from "Bones"
The coffee house, a gay hotspot with daily drama! Between the owner of the shop, Drag Queen Bea Reasonable, and the flamboyant boy-crazy waiter it never stops! Then there's Helen, a straight girl with a penchant for drama which unfolds when she meets her bisexual boyfriend at The Cup for a date. The Cup becomes the place for awkward coming out stories, hookups, and vampire meetings. The drama culminates when Helen enters the coffee house again to take down the gay who stole her man.
When a person goes to a blood donation center, they are handed a list of questions. These include questions about whether or not they've gotten a piercing or tattoo recently, been ill, or if you are a man who has been sexually active with another man since 1977.
If you answer yes to the last, you will be placed on a lifetime ban list and forbidden from donating blood again.
A slice of life of a young, professional married couple with their baby turns a sharp, dark corner when the pair are arrested and charged with several counts of fraud.
The reason: Terry and Samantha Succi aren't the man and woman that they purported to be... Terry and Samantha married under false pretenses, ignoring state law that discriminates against homosexual partners and prohibits them from receiving the same rights and benefits as their straight counterparts.