Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that But I'm a Cheerleader depicts teenage gays and lesbians in their first sexual experiences. There's kissing and making out by boys with boys and girls with girls. There's also implied masturbation and one sex scene (handled discretely -- you don't see anything). Teens go to a gay bar called the "C--ksucker." Parents reject their children for their sexual orientation and the teens must find a place to live when they fail to become straight. There's also some cursing, smoking, and drinking.
Gay sexual relationships, including kissing, making out, and one sex scene where nothing much is visible.
The teens participate in an anti-gay rally. Graham throws a bottle at one boy.
Characters curse frequently.
Messages of tolerance and acceptance run throughout, though these messages are communicated through satire. Pokes fun at anti-gay reform groups.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Megan's love interest is always smoking and the whole group sneaks out, gets fake IDs, and drinks at a bar.