By Topher Payne
It’s election season, and Bennett is speechwriter for Georgia’s only lesbian state senator, engaged in a fierce campaign against an African-American, female, conservative Republican darling. When Bennett’s ex is attacked in the parking lot of a gay bar, Bennett and his friend Cooper learn the assault can’t be pursued as a hate crime, as in Georgia hate crimes against gays don’t legally exist. Frustration turns to rage and they become killer queens of domestic terrorism in a wacky Oscar Wilde meets Fight Club fantasia. But when the campiness turns dark, the underlying issues hit home.