The An effeminate nine year-old boy, humiliated and pushed away by his family and friends, makes up his mind to adjust himself to his new identity and comes out to the people of his village.
Bullied by classmates and lacking support from his parents, Tim is suspended from school and left at home alone but chooses to spend the day with Josh, a mysterious new student in his class.
When gawky Irish teenager Róisín discovers she’ll soon be parted from her best friend and the object of her affections - Riot Grrrl punk-pixie Jess - she summons up help from an unusual source - 1980s cartoon villainess 'Empress ClawScream'.
Teenage Alma sings in the village choir and is beginning to connect with her sexuality, but as the big summer concert nears, tensions arise with her father, who is also the choir director.
Teenage Danny sits in the waiting room of a hospital with his homophobic and desperate father and his older brother Beckett’s outspoken, secret boyfriend after Beckett has been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
A quiet but imaginative eighth grader attempts to find the courage to approach her secret crush while working on a middle-school production of Romeo & Juliet.