Stretching across the world from Chicago to Singapore, the characters in these stories contain multitudes. From a Brooklyn lesbian’s unorthodox journey to motherhood, to a bisexual woman’s longing to be understood and taken seriously in pursuit of love, to a California gay man’s journey of self-acceptance, this showcase is a deep dive into how characters navigate the intersections of their own identities and boldly live their truths.
Damon deals with the comic aftermath of a hookup from a gay dating app in Chicago.
Four friends just try to make it through the day without getting clocked as trans women — or clocking someone else over the head instead.
In this Kyra Sedgwick–directed series, Erica returns home and must decide whether she can stay for the long haul.
In this Dekkoo Original, Jeff brings Zachary home to meet his mom, who is recovering following a health scare, but Zachary unearths some hidden insecurities Jeff isn’t ready to face.
Staceyann Chin embarks on a wild road toward motherhood in this series, based on her one-woman play directed by Cynthia Nixon and produced by Rosie O’Donnell.
Joel, Ridzwan, Rai and Isaac navigate love, lust, and life as they seek happiness and acceptance as gay Singaporeans.
Featuring original music from her debut album, Scout Durwood recounts her life story as the existential odyssey that it is, through music video and narrative sketch.
Nikki is committed to finding a unicorn: someone – male, female, non-binary – who she’s madly attracted to, understands her approach to sexuality, and is actually a good person.