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BROS is an extremely lewd and lewd romantic comedy from a major movie studio about two gay men in New York City. Aaron is a politically active man planning to open an LGBTQ history museum. In his private life, Aaron indulges in meaningless homosexual dates with street men. However, one night he goes to a gay bar and becomes attracted to a young buff man named Bobby. Soon, the two begin an ongoing relationship with each other, including rough sex. However, on a Christmas outing, Aaron is very rude to Bobby’s mother, a teacher, who disagrees with Aaron, who supports teaching second graders about sex, including homosexuality and transgender “identity”.

BROS sometimes pokes fun at the LGBTQ community and other social phenomena in modern America. For example, it contains jokes about Hallmark’s gay Christmas movies. However, BROS is a talkative, “woke” propaganda project promoting politically correct sexual hedonism. It supports teaching about sex and transgender ideas to second graders. BROS contains a lot of strong foul language and many lewd sex scenes. This is trashy, perverse, odious propaganda.

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Dominant worldview and other worldview content/elements:

Very strong humanist, politically correct, and LGBTQ worldview that wholeheartedly supports extreme sexual hedonism, including transgender politics and grooming of young children, and aims for some barbs at conservatives

Coarse language:

At least 93 profanities, three Jesus profanities, three GD profanities, and 17 mild profanities (mostly OMG)

Violence:

Two gay men engage in a violent fight and fistfight before they begin kissing and anal sex (the violence is portrayed so comically that it comes across as truly evil)

Sex:

Many perverted, immoral, and crass homosexual references include portrayed homosexual sex, implied homosexual sex, masturbation scene, references to sodomy, two men engage in a foursome with two other men twice, a joke about polyamorous sex, a reference to an orgy, references to and promotion of transgender activity and gender “fluidity”, images of men kissing in a gay bar (sometimes in a threesome), LGBTQ activists wonder if Abraham Lincoln was gay or bisexual, bisexual lawyer complains that bisexuals only get a day but lesbians get a whole month, main character advocates teach young children about gender issues, homosexuality and transgender people

Nudity:

Multiple images of top and back male nudity

Alcohol consumption :

Lots of alcohol consumption

Smoking and/or drug use and abuse:

Non-smoker, but the man uses a drug for homosexual sex; and,

Miscellaneous Immorality:

Man is rude to his boyfriend’s mom because she thinks second grade is too early to teach kids about gay and transgender issues (eventually she’s ashamed to agree with him when she frequents the man’s LGBTQ propaganda museum).

BROS is an extremely lewd, lewd and obnoxious romantic comedy, distributed by a major Hollywood movie studio, about two gay men in New York City who have trouble getting together due to their different personalities. BROS sometimes pokes fun at the LGBTQ community and other social phenomena in modern America, but it’s pretty talkative (one of the men is a talker and sometimes selfishly refuses to shut up), and that comes back strongly in favor of transgender awakening, including sexual programming or the “grooming” of innocent young children.

Aaron is a writer in New York who manages the opening of an LGBTQ history museum. Planning for the museum went well until the board of trustees struggled to come up with a final exhibit. Aaron suggests that the final exhibit should focus on President Abraham Lincoln’s allegedly secret homosexual lifestyle (as a young man, Lincoln shared a room with a younger man and they slept together in the same bed, as the beds were rare and everyone shared beds). However, the bisexual representative on the museum’s board objects, saying that Lincoln was bisexual because he was married and had four children. When the lesbian on the board sides with Aaron, the bisexual man begins to complain about how bisexuals are treated in the LGBTQ community. He comically points out that bisexuals have a day to celebrate their sexual orientation, but lesbians have a whole month!

In his private life, Aaron indulges in meaningless homosexual dates with street men. However, one night he goes to a gay bar and becomes attracted to a young, buff man named Bobby with no shirt. Aaron enjoys talking to Bobby, but Bobby keeps disappearing to talk with someone else at the bar when Aaron is in mid-sentence (Aaron talks a lot, almost constantly). Bobby is to have a threesome with two “married” gay men later that night, and Aaron eventually joins them, but he doesn’t find the experience satisfying.

Soon, the two begin an ongoing relationship with each other, including rough sex. However, on a Christmas outing, Aaron is very rude to Bobby’s mother, a teacher, who disagrees with Aaron, who supports teaching second graders about sex, including homosexuality and transgender “identity”.

BROS sometimes pokes fun at the LGBTQ community and other social phenomena in modern America. For example, in addition to the comedic debate over Abraham Lincoln, the film pokes fun at The Hallmark Channel’s decision to include gay romances in its Christmas movies. The gay characters think Hallmark is just pandering to the LGBTQ community to make money, and the movie imagines Hallmark will end up making a Christmas movie about a group marriage with polyamorous people. In another funny scene, Aaron and Bobby can get a $5 million donation to the museum from an eccentric gay billionaire when Aaron pretends to like the man’s proposal to create a spooky roller coaster ride focused on LGBTQ “trauma”.

However, BROS is really just a talkative, “woke” propaganda project promoting politically correct LGBTQ activism. Eventually, Bobby’s mother is ashamed to agree with Aaron about teaching second graders about sex when she attends the grand opening of the LGBTQ museum. Additionally, at the grand opening, Aaron gives a speech in which he recounts everything the transgender “community” has taught him about “gender fluidity.” He says it opened his eyes and made him a “better” person (as opposed to a more deranged person?).

As such, BROS contains a lot of strong foul language and plenty of lewd sex scenes. BROS may appeal to radical, hedonistic liberals and leftists who have no moral standards, but many other viewers will find it unappealing. The fact that a major movie studio is supporting such a trashy propaganda project shows just how politically correct, cheeky, and depraved the liberal left in Hollywood has become in recent years.

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