Ex-gay survivor Peterson finds joy as a theatrical performance activist and in his one-man show.
His Mormon family shut out Steve for being gay, and now the vocal coach prepares for a gay male workshop and retreat.
Peterson begins repairs on the cottage he inherited when his parents died; he also connects with a fellow ex-gay survivor, John.
Steve arrives at the mountain ranch for the all-male retreat and takes part in a bonfire ritual to reclaim the power he's given up.
Peterson meets John in Memphis, and they make their voices heard outside a church's ex-gay conference.
Steve has an emotional reconnection with his sister -- who wouldn't let Steve near her kids in the past - and with her husband.
Peterson prepares for his final performance of Doin' Time in the Homo No Mo Halfway House in Tennessee.
After his ordeal, Steve feels encouraged his process of reconnection has only just begun.
Grand Master Craig's martial arts community grows to include a trans instructor Jacob and AIDS survivor Brian.
Held at a hair salon, Freda hosts a community get-together, transforming her from leader to facilitator.
The San Francisco police-endorsed CCOP teams up with Triangle to keep Castro safe.
Freda continues to find her own sense of belonging in helping her community.
Craig conducts a belt test for his students' friends and family.
Shana and Cori met on the country dance floor; and Cori discusses living in a settlement home for five years.
Pat and Lisa live together in Rochester, but Pat's MS makes the legality of marriage particularly important.
In an emotional reunion, Cori meets up with the former director of her settlement home.
Even with a Canadian marriage certificate, Pat's employer denied the couple benefits; the subsequent court ruling would affect the entire state of New York.
Shana and Cori exchange rings and vows during their outdoor ceremony.
To celebrate the New York court's ruling, Pat and Lisa hold a community reception.
Cori and Shana don't need flowers: they've got a mechanical bull!
Rick and Tee decide to leave South Beach for a gay retirement home to find a greater sense of community.
Meghan must go back in the closet to attend a conservative college on a soccer scholarship.
Rick and Tee recall Coconut Grove in the '70s and Tee's Disco Dolly days.
Meghan's friends take her on a lesbian cruise to bring her out of her closeted isolation.
Having bid adieu to their Florida home, Rick and Tee make for Rainbow.
Meghan discovers a sense of belonging she forgot she could feel onboard Olivia; Patrick and Tee learn some line-dancing at their new home.
On the last day of the cruise, Meghan feels she can go back to her regular life with greater confidence.