This hilarious parody about coming to terms with one's heterosexuality opens with best friends David (Stuart Perelmuter) and Eric (Brian Gligor) leaving their small town in Kansas, after graduating from high school. The two move in with David's aunt in cosmopolitan Louisville, Kentucky, were they spend their days earning their keep by landscaping Aunt Collette's yard, and their evenings acting in an all male community theater production of The Importance of Singing Earnest. David finds himself struggling to accept that all his new friends are gay; his strife is further complicated when Eric comes out by admitting his crush on the costume designer, Brenton. Suddenly, David is caught in a circle were heterosexuality is no the norm. David is further confused when he is thrust between the stage manager and his female love interest, Lauren. Coupled with a freakish homoerotic nightmare, David decides that he too must be gay. A Whirl-about movie of non-stop fund were one can learn that it's ok to be straight.