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for the young women's right to party hard (albeit without sexually aggressive fraternity guys to bother them).
The catering team interrupted two of your members engaging in sexual relations under of the banquet tables.
The center stated that it would have to strip and refinish its dance floor, replace the carpeting in its ballroom and repaint in the aftermath of the party.
Expect nonstop swearing ("f--k," "s--t," and more), drinking, drug use, and sex talk, with a few played-for-humor scenes of marital (and mid-pregnancy) sex thrown in, as well as one provocative strip dance by Efron's in which he goes full monty (but the camera shot is from behind, so only fake testicles are visible).
It's not exactly , but the movie does bring up compelling issues about the double standards in Greek life, how girls deserve to have fun without feeling unsafe or harassed, and why the idea of "girls behaving badly" upsets people more than "boys will be boys." " /The messages amid the over-the-top content range from girls'/young women's right to have ownership over their bodies and their leisure time (why should only fraternities have the right to throw parties?