This film is my darkly comic portrayal of an eccentric gay male debating the ongoing topic and relationship between 'God' and Gay people! Whether you believe in him or not -- why do so many people still assume that he, or whoever presides over us -- if any one or anything does -- would still object and condemn gay people in this modern climate? I'm not religious, but in this fictional film, my belief is that Elephants are the species to seek spiritual guidance from, and that doesn't necessarily mean 'Ganesh'.
So can I get one thing straight here, this film is not anti-religion or anti-God -- it's anti-conformist. It's anti-hate, anti-bigotry. Bigoted for no apparent reason other than it was indoctrinated by ancestors, governments and extreme religious groups. We know that not all people who choose to have faith and religion see through such Judgmental and discriminatory eyes.
Recently there has been such a backlash of dissension and propaganda within some of these extreme religious groups towards people who are different, people who were born a different way. So please proceed to watch the film if you want to know what Jacob -- again, a fictional character, has to say about these radical, draconian views.