But I'm a Cheerleader is a 1999 American satirical romantic comedy film directed by Jamie Babbit and written by Brian Wayne Peterson. Natasha Lyonne stars as Megan Bloomfield, an apparently happy heterosexual high school cheerleader. However, her friends and family are convinced that she is a homosexual and arrange an intervention, sending her to a residential inpatient reparative therapy camp to cure her lesbianism. There Megan soon realizes that she is indeed a lesbian and, despite the therapy, gradually comes to embrace her sexual orientation. The supporting cast includes Eddie Cibrian, Clea DuVall, Cathy Moriarty, RuPaul, Richard Moll, Mink Stole, Kip Pardue, Bud Cort and Michelle Williams.
By the way, that song at the end of the trailer... original version is in French, it's called "Laisse tomber les filles" ( "Let go of the girls" ) and the singer is France Gall, in case any of you is wondering 😉
Guess I'm not a real man then. Foreplay is important, especially if you want to make someone else feel great too, and not just yourself.
Just blowing the load isn't fun, the stuff you do leading up to it is the good part ;) Cumming only lasts for a few seconds, especially if you go straight for it.
It was made in the late 90s. Even though it wasn't that long ago, back then homosexuality wasn't as widely excepted as it is now. Right now I'm taking a freshman film class and we just saw it a week ago and have to write an analysis about it.
This doesn't mock the gay culture at all. It does however mock people who feel it's unnatural and that it can be changed. You should probably watch the movie before you judge it. It's a cute love story as well as a well done satire.
@MTTT19 Actually, I thought the message was that the stereotypes surrounding gay people are riduculous. It also seemed to say that while you can't control what other people think, you should stay true to yourself. It touched on the hypocrisy of many homophobic people and it brought to light the outdated gender roles many people still adhere to. Of course, all of this is done in a very over-the-top humorous way that makes the movie quite entertaining to watch.