Part II. 1977. Cleve is working on Harvey Milk's next bid for a city supervisor seat, they hoping it will be fourth time lucky. Roma and her associates are not officially supporting Milk as they see him as just another white male. Cleve is now a well known gay activist, he having mobilized the gay population in the city. With Scott having returned from Amsterdam, Cleve, Scott and Marvin look for a place in the city they can call home. Roma, now out to her Catholic parents who support but worry about her, has been able to open the Women's Building, a safe haven for women which is out of bounds to all men. Diane announces that she wants to have a "turkey baster" baby, which she had not previously discussed with Roma or Jean, only one whose opinion about which she really cares. And Ken is living with Richard and his wife Ellen, the arrangement to protect all involved, especially Richard who still has to be in the closet for professional reasons. This arrangement becomes especially ...
Did You Know?
The film includes Gay characters referring to the people with whom they're in long-term relationships as "my partner." The common term in the late 1970's and early 1980's would have been "my lover." See more