How Do You Like Me Now?

DVD Release: June 24, 2016
How Do You Like Me Now?


Sexuality expert Joe Dallas leads us through a field of testimonies from those who have learned that a child, parent, spouse or sibling is gay. While this situation comes with no easy answers (especially when the loved one is resistant to receiving help), this film provides many living examples of how to handle what seems to be impossible.

Dove Review

“How Do You Like Me Now?” is a biblically based documentary on a topic that has divided families and brought tears. Joe Dallas, author of “When Homosexuality Hits Home,” is a former homosexual who now offers hope to families who learn that a son, daughter, brother, sister, or other loved one is struggling with this issue. Family members share their thoughts on learning that fathers, brothers, sons, and other relatives felt a same-sex attraction. Dallas and the relatives of the gay family members encourage those who face this same issue to share love, not condemn but hold firm to the truth of the scriptures, and trust in God. The title of this documentary comes from a young man who made the comment, “I’m gay. I’m HIV positive. How do you like me now?”

Parents of gay children are encouraged to get involved in support groups, and Dallas encourages Christians to “stick to their guns” by holding to the truth of scripture and doing battle in prayer. He also states that keeping hope alive is most important. We are pleased to award this documentary, which deals with a very contemporary issue, our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12-plus. This program is a tool that can help many families.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: A comment that a couple of women were shot and killed.
Sex: Direct comments about those who lived in the gay lifestyle or had relatives that did, but none of the comments are graphic or gratuitous.
Language: None.
Violence: A comment that a couple of women were shot and killed.
Drugs: Several comments about drinking and people getting drunk; a few comments about gay bars; a woman says a mickey was given to someone; a comment about a hangover.
Nudity: None.
Other: Comments about those who hurt families, left home, and struggled with the gay lifestyle; a comment that a man was caught with a teenager in a homosexual relationship; a pastor's son molested a young man; man with tattoos; the mention of AIDS and people dying from the disease.


Company: Elevate Entertainment
Director: Karl R. Sutton
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 90 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L Carpenter