A woman offers to have sex with a man: she opens the ties on his leather trousers with her teeth and we see his public hair (no genitals), she looks down with wide eyes, he picks her up and tears off her short skirt and blouse to reveal a skimpy bra and panties (we see cleavage, bare buttocks and thighs); she bends away from him and he sings to her buttocks, she turns the other way and his head is below screen, suggesting oral sex as she writhes, he lifts her onto an air hockey table, pulls her legs apart, rubs her thighs, he lies on the table (his trousers still on), she straddles him at the groin and they writhe as if having sex until she groans and falls off onto the floor, suggesting orgasm (she walks out of the room with her clothing in her arms, and the man reaches into the crotch of his pants to rearrange his genitals and zip his trousers).
A man and a woman meet in a bar, he tells her to open her mouth and as she opens wider and wider, he places his tongue in her mouth and we see them licking each other's tongues; they have violent sex in the bar restroom while clothed and another woman sitting in a corner watches, they accidentally knock each other into walls and break open a machine of condoms that are thrown across the screen, and a few months later we see her off stage at a concert with her belly swollen in pregnancy.
Two men begin to sing about their feelings, finally holding hands and kissing and one declares that they are falling in love.
A man and a woman kiss several times, briefly.
A male singer is seen in bed with three women, all completely under covers and when he gets up he is seen wearing only leather chaps as he falls into a swimming pool in his room; later, he is in bed with a woman that is under covers (we see only her hair and one bare shoulder).
A male singer lies clothed in leather trousers and no shirt, with his head in the lap of a woman wearing only a leotard; he gets up and we see her bare buttocks and thighs with her legs twisted in a flexible pose.
The mayor of LA has an affair with his female assistant; they are shown entering an office in a church where she binds his wrists with rosaries, bends him forward over a desk, pulls down his trousers so that we see his briefs and spanks him with a clerical collar as the scene ends (later she is seen wearing her bra and a skirt while sitting in his lap in a city office and they kiss several times.
We see a singer at several concerts where women grab him and kiss him, one for quite a long time as he tries to escape her.
Several club scenes feature female dancers wearing shorts that reveal thighs and buttocks and bare-midriff halters that reveal cleavage; they dance with writhing suggestive movements and groan in a sexual manner.
In one shot, they crawl on the floor toward a male singer on stage and we see the bare buttocks of all the women.
Several strip club scenes show two-dozen women wearing bras and panties or leotards with side cutouts and fishnet stockings dancing around poles on top of a bar; their dances are athletic and then suggestive with bumps and grinds and groans while men throw dollar bills at them.
The front of a strip club features four windows behind which women dance wearing bikini bathing suits that reveal bare buttocks, legs, cleavage arms and shoulders; they writhe to music as advertisements of the dancing inside the club.
On stage, a male rock singer is seen shirtless, writhing to the song "Pour Some Sugar On Me," (the song and movement suggesting sexual activity) as he leans back and a sprinkler sprays him with water.
Women wearing conservative suits dance around a male rock star while doing pelvic thrusts, and sing about putting him out of business; the women gasp and buck in a sexual manner in the middle of the song "Hit Me With Your Best Shot."
Several scenes in a record store, a nightclub and a strip club feature many women dancing suggestively with writhing hips.
Four boy band dancers grab their groins as they perform.
A man grabs a microphone during an interview, walks close to the camera and licks the head of the microphone, mimicking a sexual act as a woman looks into the camera and says that rock music is "Raping the ears of our children."
A man touches and holds several women's breasts as he meets them and then walks away.
A man pinches a waitress's clothed buttocks through her dress in close-up and she walks out of the restaurant.
A woman applies for a job at a restaurant where she sees another young woman with bigger breasts being hired; the first woman looks at her own chest and frowns.
A female singer wears progressively skimpier clothing throughout the film; she progresses from a knee-length dress to miniskirts and halters, to leotard and tights and finally to a leotard and no tights with a short jacket; we see partial buttocks and moderate cleavage in most of these shots and in one scene she wears a leotard with several horizontal cutouts down the front that reveal her bare breasts except the nipples.
Dozens of scenes feature scantily clad women in bars and at rock concerts wearing tank tops and low-cut blouses that reveal cleavage and bare abdomens, along with short shorts and micro-mini skirts that often reveal full buttocks.
Several scenes show men and women at beaches with the women wearing skimpy bikinis and shirtless men.
Three prostitutes on a street corner wear tight shorts and midriff-baring halter-tops displaying cleavage and buttocks and men whistle at them.
A valet is dressed as an African warrior wearing only a loincloth and necklaces (we see his bare chest, abdomen and legs).
A record store sign is a cutout of a woman wearing shorts with her legs spread across the name of the store.
We see a photo of a mayor's wife, nude from the waist up while at a rock concert and a male singer holding his arm out to the side to cover her breasts.
A male singer appears throughout the film bare-chested, revealing a heart-and-tentacles tattoo on his chest, other tattoos on his back, shoulders and arms and 6-shooters tattooed on his abdomen (the barrels disappear into his trousers).
A male singer often wears only leather chaps that reveal most of his thighs and bare buttocks with an opening in the groin area decorated with a red ruby flap and surrounded by silverwork.
A poster of a male singer wearing only chaps is shown and he stands making a rock-and-roll hand gesture while on the altar of a church.
Three women swoon and faint as a man passes by them, and other women scream with passion as he passes.
A man signs an autograph on the abdomen of a woman below the screen.
One man says to another man, "I'll blow your mind"; the second man replies, "You'll blow me alright," suggesting sex.
A man tells a woman that it looked like she and another man had just had sex.
We hear that a rock singer took a college girl to his room, handcuffed her, covered her with whipped cream and whisky and had sex with her in a satanic ritual.
A man tells a woman that he can never have love now because his audiences and fans only want sex and he is a slave to them.
A band manager tells a new singer that successful rock-and-roll musicians have broken hearts and long careers.
A man tells another man that a singer indulges in satanic rituals by sewing female genitalia closed.
One man tells another man that he just threw up in his pants, using an anatomical term.
A man in a restroom lies beside a toilet with toilet paper in his mouth, but he appears well.
A man urinates off-screen and we hear his pants unzip and zip.