Same Kind of Different

 

Being the only male on the East Detroit High School cheerleading team, and identifying as bisexual, Kenneth Blair, faces the trials of adolescence head on. Earning respect, and support from his peers at school, he claims he has successfully navigated the common struggles that alternative teens generally experience. Although mutual understanding is present between Kenneth and his peers, conflict arises when he returns home only to encounter Tyrone, his mother’s conservative boyfriend and the father of his half-brothers, Kyle, Kris and Kolby.