Some people think that a person’s sexual orientation could be changed or altered; even some gay people are guilty, especially when still in the discovery phase. This phase is usually scary and unacceptable to most people who do not know how to handle the overwhelming feelings of been attracted to the same-sex. This could be confusing and as well bring about a sense of insecurity. The fear of ‘what will people say, Am I normal? How do I discuss this with other people? continues to linger. The individual finally reaches a stage of withdrawal and isolation, keeping entirely to themselves. The fear increases especially when one starts to hear negative things and witness the manner at which LGBTIQ persons are treated with no exceptions even from friends and family members. The tension increases even more when someone gives a remark concerning how you walk, talk, gestures especially when one is effeminate, and is obviously girly. It is evidently obvious so no one needs to tell a gay person how difficult and tormenting all this can be. This episode tries to explain what it really means to be gay.