Sam: What are you doing?
Gray: I want to die right now. I never want to see another human being as long as I live.
Sam: You're just coming out.
Gray: I am never coming out of this elevator.
Sam: This is probably the biggest revelation of your entire life. It's normal to be going nuts. It's normal.
Gray: I don't feel normal. I'm sick and tired of everyone saying it's normal, it's typical, it's ordinary. I don't feel any of those things.
Sam: Well how do you feel?
Gray: Because I'm never going to be able to walk down the street, holding hands with my partner without the rest of the world giving us a look. And me never have the wedding that I once dreamed of and I may never have children. And one day when I die people will never give as much respect to my grieving lover as if she were my husband.
Sam: Gray, it's not as if you made a choice.
Gray: That's what terrifies me. It's so much easier to be someone else.
Sam: Do you remember when we were kids,you would have been about six,and Dad came home to tell Mom
he was leaving her for Mrs. Rosemont.
Sam: Remember we stayed in the closet all night,just cuddled up like two little mice and listened to their whole fight. I was...so angry,I was... hurt..I was just...I was mad, and I wanted to go out there
and kick his ass...
and you remember what you said to me?
Sam: You were just six...
but you said it was gonna be okay...that Dad was not gonna live a lie...that he was gonna try
and be happy...and that everyone deserved to be happy.