A young peace activist seeks to escape his repressive life. He leaves Phoenix for San Francisco, looking for safety and a sense of community, but quickly finds that the struggle is as difficult in California as it is in Arizona.
A decade has passed, it’s the early 90s, HIV/AIDS continues to ravage the LGBTQI community, and Cleve, Ken and Richard now know they have this deadly disease. In order to get the country, the U.S. government and the President to give those dying of AIDS any attention, Cleve dedicates his waning energy to creating the Names Project AIDS Memorial quilt. Ken’s home ripped away from him and his health failing, Cecilia Chung helps him enter a VA hospital to receive the treatment any veteran deserves – but in this era of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, this environment proves challenging. Roma lives with Diane and Diane’s daughter, Annie, now a young pre-teen. When Annie begins asking about her father, Roma and Diane set out to find him, but are surprised to learn his identity and must make changes to their treasured little family.
A group of individuals aim to fight Proposition 6 in San Francisco, in order to further the rights of the LGBTQ community.
Cleve organises a march on the US capital to demand rights for marriage equality. Ken has trouble reconciling his sexuality with his religious beliefs.
Cleve, Ken and Richard each contract AIDS, which is ravaging the gay community; Diane and Roma look for the father of Diane's daughter.
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