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The Extendables
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Some pictures of babies breastfeeding.

Some sexual discussion, particularly about penis size.

A man and woman start to take their clothes off. They are shown in bed together later, implying that they had sex.

A woman removes her robe for a man, revealing her breasts. They have sex.

Three women act like they are having sex with one man. They moan and shake the trailer. No nudity.

A woman opens up her shirt for a man, showing him her breasts. Nothing visible to the camera.

A man looks at a few pictures of women flashing their breasts.

A man and woman have sex. The woman's breasts are visible.

Violence & Gore

Profanity

Lots of swearing, including the "f" word in reference to sex.

Some blasphemy.

A man drinks some alcohol.

A man smokes some marijuana.

Some cigarette smoking.

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