Parents need to know that To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar is a comedy road trip movie about three gay men who are drag-show performers and who also wear drag in everyday life. Sexual content includes some speculation about men having sex with men, a few brief kisses, some flirting, and mildly sexualized drag personas. The differences among "transvestite," "transsexual," and "drag queen" are explained. Domestic abuse is implied when a man throws a stew pot across the kitchen, his wife has a black eye and cries frequently, and sounds of violence like slamming furniture and shrieking are heard off-camera in another room. A sheriff tries to kiss and grope a man in drag, gets pushed to the ground, and is left for dead. Strong language isn't frequent but includes the "N" word, "spic," "d--k," and some profanity in Spanish that's not translated, like "pendeja" and "culo." A few scenes take place in bars, and one scene in a home shows wine drinking and drunken behavior. The three main characters are diverse and model strong bonds of friendship, loyalty, mentoring, and helping others. Positive messages are about accepting yourself, not worrying what other people think, and appreciating life's beautiful moments, even if they don't last long. Expect some stereotypes.