It’s hard to label anything, especially when you’re in love. And everything starts looking queer as one tribe decides what it truly means to belong. Andi and Mac are dating, both in their first opposite-sex romantic relationship – they discover the pitfalls of coming-out as bisexual when all of your family and friends already know you as ‘lesbian’ & ‘gay.’ Andi’s ex-girlfriend, Sarah, feels betrayed while other friends, Roger and Arco, struggle with disbelief or the purpose of labels altogether. Regina, Mac’s mother, considers Sal to be his other mother as both women raised him. But Sal soon realizes that Regina will never abandon her public identity as heterosexual, even though both women have shared emotional and physical intimacy over decades of a relationship lived in the shadows. All characters attempt to reconcile these personal identities with their public selves in terms of career, sexuality and relationships while testing the boundaries of LGBTQIA+ inclusiveness.