I, personally, do not support gay rights. That said, I still very much enjoyed this film. It does fall under the Gay & Lesbian film category, but it doesn't exactly center on sexual orientation; rather, the basis is about being comfortable with what your personality is. The acting performances were fantastic, especially Zoe Heran. I actually found myself referring to her as "him" in my head through most of the film. Tomboy had a quality that was, for lack of a better word, honest. The only other film that I can attribute that adjective to is Nobody Knows. Overall: Tomboy is superb. Don't hold out on seeing it, even if the subject matter collides with your beliefs.