Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this documentary closely follows Chaz Bono as he undergoes sex-change surgery to transition from a woman to a man. There are detailed descriptions of the medical procedures, as well as many conversations about the emotional implications of the process. There's no drinking or drugs, but people talk about their pasts as drug and alcohol addicts. There is some nonsexual nudity and a few discussions about how a couple's sex life has been affected by hormone supplements.
Some brief nudity -- nothing sexual -- during medical procedures, including a Chaz's naked back and glimpses of the side of breasts. Chaz and his partner Jennifer talk about their sex life and the ways his sex drive has changed due to taking testosterone.
Some close-ups of medical procedures, including injections.
Many references to "boobs," which Chaz has surgically removed. Brief swearing, including "ass," "damn," and "f--k."
The film's message is about being true to yourself, even if it's hard, no matter what other people may think.
Drugs / Tobacco /
References to abusing prescription drugs, and concerns that an addict may relapse. Another person talks about her past as an alcoholic and her tendency to drink under stress.