Omeleto

Alone With People by Drew Van Steenbergen

A young woman sees a therapist for help coming out to her family. Her dad's reaction is priceless. Best dad ever at 8:07…

When comedian Quinn Marcus was 15-years-old, she came out to her family and friends. And now that life-changing experience is serving as the inspiration for Drew Van Steenbergen’s short, “Alone With People.”

In the film, Quinn plays Andie, a high school girl growing up gay in the South. Through conversations she has with an open-minded therapist — ranging from hilarious to brutally honest — she finds the strength to come out to her friends and family in this coming-of-age, coming-of-gay story.



You Might Also Like:

Spoetnik by Noel Loozen

Spoetnik by Noel Loozen

How Was Your Day? by Damien O’Donnell

How Was Your Day? by Damien O’Donnell

Margo Lily by Dane Clark and Linsey Stewart

Margo Lily by Dane Clark and Linsey Stewart

Long Branch by Dane Clark and Linsey Stewart

Long Branch by Dane Clark and Linsey Stewart

Orange Drive by Mark Lester

Orange Drive by Mark Lester

Ten Thousand Days by Michael Duignan

Ten Thousand Days by Michael Duignan

Pitter Patter Goes My Heart by Christoph Rainer

Pitter Patter Goes My Heart by Christoph Rainer

The Disappearance of Willie Bingham by Matt Richards

The Disappearance of Willie Bingham by Matt Richards

Snake Bite by Tim Hyten

Snake Bite by Tim Hyten


Join over 2.7 million subscribers!

Sign up to our daily e-mail and be the first to get notified of new stories. No spam, ever. Read more.




Omeleto shares stories
that connect us.

Inspiring and insightful. Entertaining and enlightening. That's what you can expect here: no fluff. Just a steady stream of the best stories delivered to your inbox. Read more.