In the documentary If I say I am, then I really am homosexual sons and their mothers are sitting at their kitchen table, talking openly about coming-out. The film consists of three parts: the moment of coming-out, the struggle, and acceptance.

Their faces lit up by humour and love, the mother/son couples review and assess what has been a stressful period in their lives. The mothers talk freely about their struggle and especially their relief once it was out in the open. The sons give a fascinating insight into their journey from discovering their own homosexuality to gradually picking up the courage to come out and facing the subsequent developments.