The Truth About Jane (2000 TV Movie)
Janice: When did you first feel that you were...
Jane: A lesbian? It's okay, you can say it without becoming one.
Taylor: So, how's therapy?
Taylor: Do you have to go again?
Jane: Yeah. My mother thinks it'll convert me.
Taylor: Heh. Believe me, if that were true, a lot of queers would flock to therapists. I mean - life would be easier if we were straight.
Taylor: But who wants easy, right? Who wants to fit into this mold? We're trailblazers - unique and to ourselves. We're special.
Jane: Yeah. We're special alright. We can't even go anywhere. Nowhere is safe.
Jane: [Jimmy answers the door and see's Jane] I've got a problem, Jimmy.
Jimmy: Come on in.
[Jane comes inside and they both sit down]
Jimmy: All right... tell me what it is.
Jane: My mom recieved this anonymous phone call from a person who said that they saw me kissing a girl and when she asked me about it I told her it wasn't true.
Jimmy: Okay, you lost me. It doesn't sound like you have a problem.
Jane: ...but I lied to her. I DID kiss a girl. And I slept with a girl.
Jimmy: Honey, I'm black and I'm gay. They hate me way more than they'll hate you.
Ms. Walcott: An open heart is easily wounded and hard to repair.
Jane: The amazing thing about change is that everyone can do it. Even the people you least expect it from.