Pink Houses is a low budget film, made to incite social change. The film documents the endurance of love in an intolerant culture. Pink Houses tells the story of John Schenck and Robert Loyd, two men who have experienced Stonewall and Vietnam. However, their biggest battles have taken place in the small town they call home. They now are gay rights activists living in the rural town of Conway, Arkansas. They have organized a mock wedding on the Capitol steps in Little Rock, lead the first Conway Gay Pride Parade, and survived harassment from bigoted locals, including one who dumped 6,000 pounds of manure on John and Robert's yard. While John and Robert have orchestrated many protests and demonstrations, their most persuasive activism is the strength of their loving thirty year relationship. In a society where gay marriage is a highly politicized issue, Pink Houses concentrates on the human aspect of this controversy. This film hopes to prove that love is the most important aspect of marriage.
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