But I'm a Cheerleader
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Some sexual situations involving teenagers.

Megan dreams of kissing Graham, and when she wakes up she begins to masturbate. The camera stays above her waist and she is fully clothed, and is soon interrupted when she sees two boys making out (fully clothed) on the floor in the same room.

Megan wakes up to find the girl in the bed next to her masturbating with a shocking device while the girl is hidden below the covers. Nothing is seen and Megan is confused as to what is happening.

Megan and Graham have sex for the first time in a tasteful scene focusing on their faces and closeups of their hands on various clothed body parts. The scene is dimly lit and there is no nudity.

Part of the reparitive therapy is teaching the gay teens how heterosexual sex works. The teens wear flesh coloured body suits with leaves covering where their breasts and genitalia would be and are told to lie on top of each other and thrust. The scene is played for laughs.

There are close ups of men and women's clothed breasts, butts and other body parts. The teens go to a gay bar called 'The Cocksucker'.

6/10

The character Graham is frequently seen smoking. The campers visit a smoke-laden bar where people are seen consuming alcohol


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Rated R for strong language and sexual content involving teens
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