For many who don't know the story, I'll give you the shortened version.
A girl, Megan Bloomfield, is a high school senior and on the cheerleading squad at her school. Her friends and her family (hardcore christians) suspect that she might be a lesbian - even her boyfriend, who says that she doesn't like to kiss him. So, once they all tell her this they had arranged her to join a program called "True Directions" and, supposedly, it was going to help her become straight again.
She denies being a lesbian because she thought nothing was wrong with her, until she realizes some things that went on in her mind. Well, to not go into all the details, we do see a lot of cute gay guys and girls in the film and there are several scenes that have gay guys kissing *squees*!
Anyway, Megan falls for one of the much more rebellious girls of the bunch named Graham (played by Clea DuVall). They have realized that they love each other and ther's a lot of foreplay within the movie.
Of course, what is a movie without tragedy, huh? Well, the headmaster of the program found out about their intimate night together and expells Megan from the program. Graham, however, has a choice and she, unintentionally, stays behind. Megan decides to get her lover back by going to the graduation of the True Directions program and she does a cheer for Graham, since her being a cheerleader. Needless to say that two gay guys finally found out they belonged to each other and ran off together in the end. Graham ditches the ceremony and goes off with Megan.
Altogether, a very happy endng and great music choices. Overall, this movie is worth watching. Plus, there's a gay bar scene which has wicked music and guys in drag. Gotta love them Drag Queens!
Well, that's about it. I also rented Final Destination too.