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The plot involves a girl pretending to lose her virginity and her developing a reputation for promiscuity.

The main character sets up a pseudo-prostitution business where she pretends to have sex with unpopular boys in order to improve their reputation.

A boy and a girl pretend to have drunken sex at a party by going into a bedroom, shutting the door, screaming, grunting and moaning "oh yeah", "I'm gonna do you from the back", jumping up and down on the bed, and talk about the "grand finale". They pretend to have sex because he doesn't want people to think or know he is gay. The girl also pulls down her underwear from under her dress and lets the boy keep her underwear as ''proof''. This scene is for laughs and isn't very offensive.

A girl wears very low tops and her large breasts are very noticable in most scenes with her.

A student gets chlamydia from sleeping with the married guidance counselor. Nothing is seen, but it is discussed.

The guidance counselor gives Olive a handful of condoms. Olive tells her that she doesn't need them, but the counselor insists. She then states that the pill doesn't always work, and for proof, she should ask her friends' parents.

Olive's mom talks to Olive about how she had sex when she was younger and proceeds to say she was very flexible, then puts her legs up to demonstrate (her daughter protests before her little display gets too inappropriate).

A woman's bare breast, is placed against Olive's face for a couple seconds. The nipple is covered by her hair, but the whole side of the breast is clearly visible.

A boy attempts to force himself on a girl after a date.

Olive wears lingerie to school many times. However given the nature of the corsets, it is not actually very revealing, and she never wears short skirts or pants with them.

A gay couple are shown together in bed. No nudity shown, only a man lying on top of another man.

Sexual references are very frequent, but never very strong.

A boy gets a bloody nose after getting punched.

A girl is slapped in the face.

A guy gets punched in the groin.

A teenage boy attempts to force himself on a girl. She pushes him off and walks away, upset.

Sh*t, "slut", "whore", and "bitch" are used throughout the entire movie. "Hell" and "ass" are also used. "Tw*t" is used once, and briefly spelled using peas. The word d*ck is used once or twice. There is harsh use of Jesus' name and repeated, "G--d--- s---."

A girl is offered a bong.

There is a huge party with lots of drunk teenagers.

Olive is offered a beer.

Olive and Brandon pretend to be drunk.

A teacher confiscates a joint from a student who had been smoking it

After a date, a boy who expects Olive to have sex with him forces himself on her. She pushes him off and leaves.


MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for mature thematic elements involving teen sexuality, language and some drug material
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