It’s an amazing documentary about how devout Christians rationalize their faith against their need to have happy sexy time.

-Dana Gould, Comedian

[They] interview leaders in the [purity] movement, critics of it, academics, and—most effectively—normal people who were hurt by it.


They’re not pushing an agenda that says Christians are right or wrong. They’re only interested in telling the stories of people who grew up with these rules around them and explaining where this sex-negativity (my term, not theirs) comes from.

-Hemant Mehta, Friendly Atheist