Charlie (Khloe Kapri) is miserable. She graduated from high school a year ago but hasn’t gone to college yet, if ever. The year’s been a rough one since she came out to her family as lesbian as well and things have been tense ever since. Even her younger sister, April, isn’t the same around her anymore.When April invites Charlie to a slumber party with her friends, Charlie is suspicious and reluctant. April insists that since she’s going away to college soon, she wants to spend some time with Charlie before she goes. Charlie doesn’t really want to be surrounded by a bunch of slightly younger straight girls but April is so insistent that she finally gives in. Maybe this will help them become close again…But as expected, the slumber party is awkward. April’s friends are loud and girly, and Charlie really just wants to leave, especially when they start teasing her about being a lesbian. They try to defend that it’s all in good fun but Charlie suspects otherwise… Still, she’s pressured by April to stick around, so she does.It isn’t until later that night that Charlie has a moment of connecting with someone. A girl named Eden (Gia Derza) dares to cuddle up to her a little. Charlie’s nervous but also receptive, yearning for acceptance. Could this girl be a closeted lesbian? Even if she isn’t, it’s just nice not to be shunned.The moment of peace is shattered when Charlie later stirs, having dozed off, and finds ‘LEZ’ scrawled across her forehead in bright lipstick. Heartbroken, she tries to scrub it off in the bathroom and is soon joined by Eden, who claims she wasn’t the one who wrote on Charlie. When Charlie insists that she’s going to leave because she’s not welcomed there, Eden presses close and urges her to stay. As Eden brushes her hand along Charlie’s arm and makes eye contact, the air is charged.Caught in a moment of weakness and desperate to be accepted, Charlie surrenders. She just wants to be loved but will she be loved in return?