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But I'm a Cheerleader is a american film of genre Drama directed by Jamie Babbit released in USA on 7 july 2000 with Natasha Lyonne

But I'm a Cheerleader (1999)

But I'm a Cheerleader
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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan's Dad: Dear Lord, please bless this food that we are about to eat. We thank you for the abundance that You have provided. Please help us to follow Your path, the one you intended us all to follow. And Lord... please help us to obey the roles in life You set for us. For all that is natural and... healthy... and sacred, in Your name we pray. Amen.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mike: I myself was once a gay. Now I'm an ex-gay, Megan. I work for a place called True Directions who help people, like yourself, to learn to understand the reasons behind homosexual tendencies, and how to heal them.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mary: Looks like we got you just in time. What are you? About 17?

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan's Dad: Yes!
Mary: Almost lost her to college. It’s so much harder once they’ve been through all that liberal arts brainwashing, but we’ve saved a few.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Narrator of True Direction video: No one would have guessed what would happen to this sweet little girl. By a young age, Kelly had a promising future: mommy's little helper and prom queen. Kelly had hopes to be a model one day. That is... until she was recruited into the homosexual lifestyle.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook True Direction's motto: Straight is great.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Step 1 - Admitting you're a homosexual

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Hilary: There's no inappropriate behavior allowed.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: Inappropriate...like swearing?
Graham: No, inappropriate like fucking.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mary: Megan, meet the rest of our group.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Jan: Hi, Megan. I'm Jan, and I'm a softball player, and I'm a homosexual.
Sinead: I'm Sinead. I like pain. I'm homosexual.
Joel: I'm Joel. I'm a Jew. And I... ho-homosexual.
Graham: We met.
Mary: Graham.
Graham: I'm Graham, and I like girls, a lot. And I'm a homosexual.
Andre: Andre. Actor. Dancer. Homosexual.
Dolphe: Dolph. Homosexual. Varsity wrestler. How you doing?
Clayton: Hi. I'm Clayton Dunn. I work in retail, I'm a homosexual.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Hilary: Well, um... have you ever had sex with him?

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: I'm a Christian.
Hilary: It's really easy to be a prude when you're not attracted to him, isn't it?

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: I'm not perverted! I get good grades! I go to church! I'm a cheerleader! I'm not like all of you!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Jared: You don't even like to kiss me!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: I'm a homosexual! I'm a homosexual! I'm a homosexual! I'm a homosexual! [...] Oh my god... they were right. I'm a homo. [cries]

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Andre [talking about Graham]: She's just upset, because the fish on her plate is the only kind she can eat.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mary: I have told you over and over again! No more sipping! Chug it, like a man! Go on, chug!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Graham: After advanced cal and Chaucer I can follow this psychobabble.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mary: This psychobabble, young lady is the only healthy alternative to the gay lifestyle. Other than guzzling a bottle of tranquilizers or slashing your wrists.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Step 2 - Rediscovering your gender identity

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mary: I think it might be a great idea for Megan to be reminded of your root, Graham.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Graham: My mother got married in pants.
Mary: All right, let's see, Dolph?
Dolph: Too many locker room showers with the varsity team.
Mary: Hilary?
Hilary: All girl boarding school.
Mary: Sinead?
Sinead: I was born in France.
Mary: Clayton?
Clayton: My mom let me play in her pumps.
Jan: I like balls.
Mary: Why thank you for that, Jan.
Mary: Joel?
Joel: Traumatic bris.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: Women have roles. After you learn that, you'll stop objectifying them.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mike: Don't you see how sad and pathetic you all are, always wanting something... you can't have? If I catch you looking at another man like that ever again, you'll be watching sports the whole weekend!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Step 3 - Family therapy

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mary: Megan, it's your turn to report out your root.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: I think it might be my parents.
Mary: Okay, go with that.
Megan: You know we've kinda been like this greeting card family. And then there was that one year where... well Dad was unemployed and Mom had to support us.
Megan's Dad: Wait a minute, that was only for nine months. And then I was offered a much better job at the plant.
Megan: Maybe seeing Mom kind of being the Dad, maybe l maybe I got the wrong idea about the roles of men and women.
Mary: Absolutely. I can't believe that you didn't mention this earlier. Your father was emasculated, your mother was domineering.
Megan: Well not exactly.
Mary: You wanted to emulate your mother. You have no respect for men, because you don't respect your father.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: 2, 4, 6, 8, God is good--

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Graham: God is straight!
Megan: Hey, that's good.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: Cheers are supposed to be simple, make people feel good.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Graham: Cheers make girls do stupid cartwheels. Orgasms make people feel good.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Graham: I thought it was just an act, but you really are sweet as fucking pie, aren't you?

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Graham: You are who you are. The only trick is not getting caught.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook All [singing]: 5, 6, 7, 8, God is good, God is straight. 1, 2, 3, 4, inverts we will be no more. 5, 6, 7, 8, God is good, God is straight.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Graham: Would you tie her to your bed and zap her to death? Or are you running low on batteries?

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Step 4 - Demystifying the opposite sex

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Graham: Larry and Lloyd are ex, ex-gays.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: From True Directions?
Lloyd: We were among Mary's ranks before we defected. We're just trying to provide you all with a balanced perspective, to see that there are options. In the end it's up to you whether choose to live a...
Larry: ...lie.
Lloyd: Whether you want to be who you are or keep it hidden, is really more what we're about.
Megan: So you run like, the underground homo railroad?

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: You didn't tell me you were taking me to a gay bar!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Graham: Where else would we go?

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: I refuse to accept a false solution to my problem. I resist temptation and seek to solve my problem.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Graham: I don't like Sinead that way.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: Which way is that, clothed?

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Jan: I'm a heterosexual.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mike: Not yet, honey. You're almost there. And don't speak out of turn.
Jan: No, I know, I've never been gay.
Mike: Jan remember, you were molested. And just take a look at yourself.
Jan: Everybody thinks I'm this big dyke because I wear baggy pants, and play softball, and I'm not as pretty as other girls, but that doesn't make me gay. I like guys. I can't help it. I want a big fat wiener up my...
Andre: Amen, sister.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Joel: No, I didn't go to the Cocksucker. I've never been to the Cocksucker. I won't. My cocksucking days are over. I am normal.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Sign: Silly faggot, dicks are for chicks.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook All: Adam and Eve! Not Adam and Steve!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook All: We are here! We're not queer! We're not going anywhere!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Joel [to Graham]: You are so goof at being straight.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Andre: I just wasn't meant to be butch. I'm a sissy. [cries]

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Joel: You're more than just a sissy. You're nice, and clean, and smart...and sexy and firm and luscious and...

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Andre: Excuse me! The last thing I need right now is some fruit who's just proved he's straight telling my ass how sexy I am! Congratulations, liars! You know who you are and you know who you want. Ain't nothing gonna change that, shit!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mary [to Megan]: Get out of bed! You hormonal hussy! I can't believe you did this!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mary [to Graham]: It's your choice; you can run off with Megan and turn into a raging bull-dyke, or you can do the simulation and graduate and lead a normal life.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Step 5 - simulated sexual lifestyle

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Lloyd: I love my Larry bear!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mary: Foreplay is for sissies! Real men go in, unload and pull out!


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan: 1, 2, 3, 4 - I won't take no anymore! 5, 6, 7, 8 - I want you to be my mate! 1, 2, 3 ,4 - You're the one that I adore! 5, 6, 7, 8 - Don't run from me cause this is fate!

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mary: Megan, you stop it, this instant! Because you will wallow in the smut of your homosexual depravity for the rest of your life!

Cast

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Katharine Towne as Sinead

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Katrina Phillips as Jan