But Im a Cheerleader

Movie • 1999 • Comedy  Report
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Are there bugs?
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Does an animal die?
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alba04
If conversion "therapy" counts as child abuse, which it should.
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TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
The plot revolves around conversion therapy which is inherently gaslighting.
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friendlyneighborhoodtree
cigarette use, if that counts
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A character briefly has a waxing stripped pulled from their upper lip
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alba04
There is probably a good case for calling conversion "therapy" torture. Whithin the "therapy", there is no physical torture, though.
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Does a kid die?
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alba04
But most of the kids have been pressured into joining the camp where most of the action takes place.
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LexMusler
No, but a weirdly large amount of spit comes from Megan's mouth after she realizes she's a homosexual.
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glamrock
Not spit, but lots of drool.
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TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
The conversion therapy facility is similar to an institution, particularly in the group therapy scenes. However it does not employ physical restraints, padded rooms, or forced medication, and residents are able to sneak out fairly easily.
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TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
A character uses an averse skin shock device on herself, however these scenes are played for kink.
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goodwitchazura
megan has a panic attack when she realises she’s a lesbian
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ErikGroen
One of the characters is locked in a literal person-sided doghouse for violating house rules.
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DerangedButFun
Sinead shocks herself with a stun gun for sexual pleasure.
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The F slur and Homo is used in a derogatory way
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leh
In conversion therapy, a Jewish character attributes their homosexuality to "a traumatic bris"
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spencerinjection
One character is in conversion “therapy” for lesbianism, but they are very insistent that they actually do like men. The character is very masculine and can be interpreted as a gay trans man. This character is subjected to the same strict female gender role as the other characters in “therapy” for lesbianism.
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SethTwiright
several slurs are written and/or said in the movie, such as f@ggot, s1ssy, qu33r, and dyk3, as well as the word "fruit" being used derogatorily.
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TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
An adolescent character is coerced into kissing and dry humping with a staff member.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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DerangedButFun
People are shown in simulated sex and masturbation.
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friendlyneighborhoodtree
no, but a character is told by their parents that if they admitted to being gay they would not be welcome back at their home. they do not end up homeless at any point
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