The gay male tenants, aged 20 to 70's of a four-family flat, experience relationship, aging, and family drama as the looming threat of gentrification encroaches on their home...and their lives .
A veteran detective and his rookie partner scramble to unravel the mystery behind the brutal murder of a popular gay activist -- a crime triggering shockwaves throughout Washington, DC’s Black, LGBTQ community.
Before long, they discover that the various stories aren’t adding up…as the constantly shifting pieces of the puzzle grow to include the activist’s roommate, ex-lover, mentor, protégée, friends, co-workers, online hook-ups, strippers, hustlers, dealers and random street trade.
In rapidly-gentrifying Washington, DC during the Obama administration, the long-term relationship of an African-American gay couple with two sons – one grown and one growing up -- is tested by a major family crisis…as well as the inevitable challenges of change and passing time.
During the week leading to a major musical awards show in Los Angeles, an emerging, but barely-legal, thugged-out rapper, and a R&B teen heartthrob with a squeaky-clean image, are forced into collaboration by one’s superstar producer and the other’s manipulative manager/mother.
Thrown together, they discover more in common than anticipated, and an unlikely, but intense, romance develops between the two youths. Their resulting performance is a smash hit -- creating an overnight viral sensation
Exotic dancer "Skin" and sex-worker "Bone" strive to sustain their relationship despite constant instigation from friends, fans, managers, clients and the baggage from their pasts...and their present occupations.
After gay marriage becomes legal in the Nation's Capital, the road to the altar includes twists, detours and dead ends for a gay man and his long-time crush, thanks to interference and interventions from their mutual friends.
Time unravels backwards, to reveal the emotional/physical abuse, loneliness, and homophobic bullying -- that have driven a bright, tormented, 13 year-old, inner-city, boy to commit suicide.
As middle-age wanes, a group of single, 50-something gay men, struggle to support each other as they each face loneliness and the future, while negotiating the elusive goals of romance and relationships.
Homophobic violence on a prominent HBCU campus endangers the life of the freshman victim…and the relationship of a young, gay, professor who attempts to defend and empower him.
Sexual skeletons hidden in the collective closet of a prominent, middle-class, Black family threaten to destroy each member, when the oldest son - a star college athlete - is unable to shield his younger brother -- a sensitive, budding spoken word artist - from the physical and emotional abuse of their rabidly homophobic and rigidly religious, ex-con father.
When a young gay man’s troubled relationship with his closeted and very-married lover is further threatened by his efforts to rescue and redeem a homeless, HIV+, teenaged street hustler...his only support comes from a small group of wary friends.
Over one long summer day and night, a group of inner-city teens, confront obstacles and challenges along the road to maturity.