In 2006, I went to the New School for Drama, and a good friend of mine who is a director as well, we were in the class together, she’s from Baltimore. And she’s the one who told me about a friend of hers walking into the emergency room after she was beaten by her girlfriend, and they didn’t want to help her because they couldn’t tell if she was the aggressor or the victim. . . . Because with women, you can’t really tell. Or people often think it’s the woman who’s more masculine, not the woman who’s more feminine. So I was always intrigued by that story and I started writing about it. . . . And then while I was doing my research, I found out that it’s actually a big issue, domestic violence in the LGBT community, but nobody really talks about it.