In 1998, gay activist Michael Glatze is all about advocating for gay and lesbian youths in the Castro in San Francisco, arguably the gay center of the world at the time. He enjoys a supportive relationship with his boyfriend Bennett, and even invites new friend Tyler into their home for a long-term threesome. Life is gay, in all aspects of the word. To make a greater impact on gay rights in the country, Michael decides to travel across America to document the lives of gay teenagers. Ironically, the mission triggers his doubt in his own sexual orientation as religion redefines his own identify.