Bad Girls Go to Hell is a 1965 American exploitation film directed by Doris Wishman. The film follows the story of a young woman, Meg, who is framed for murder and sent to prison. While in prison, Meg is subjected to a variety of sexual humiliations and abuses.
The film is known for its explicit sexual content, which was quite daring for its time. In one scene, Meg is forced to strip down to her underwear and is then sexually assaulted by a prison guard. In another scene, Meg is forced to watch a pornographic film with a group of other inmates.
The film also contains a number of other sexual moments, such as a lesbian love scene between two inmates, and a scene where Meg is forced to perform oral sex on a prison guard. These scenes were quite shocking for the time, and were seen as a sign of the changing attitudes towards sex and sexuality in the 1960s.
Bad Girls Go to Hell is an important film in the history of exploitation cinema, and its sexual content is a key part of its legacy. The film's explicit sexual moments are a reminder of the changing attitudes towards sex and sexuality in the 1960s, and the film's daring approach to these topics is still relevant today.
In the beginning of the film, the main character is shown in a sheer nightie with her butt, bush, and breasts visible, though obscured. At one point, she takes off her nightie, revealing her butt and the side of her breasts. She turns around and her breasts are briefly visible.
Throughout the rest of the film, she is often shown in her bra and panties.
Another woman is shown in a sheer outfit, butt and breasts slightly visible.
During the few rape scenes, flashes of the woman's breasts are briefly seen. Sex is implied in all cases.
It is implied that two women have sex.