Pink Flamingos (1972) is a cult classic film directed by John Waters. The film follows the outrageous adventures of Divine, a drag queen, and her family as they battle for the title of "Filthiest People Alive". The film is known for its outrageous and often shocking content, including its sexual moments.
One of the most iconic scenes in the film is when Divine performs a song called "The Filthiest Show on Earth". During the song, Divine performs a striptease and engages in a simulated sex act with a man. The scene is both humorous and sexually charged, and has become a classic moment in the film.
Another memorable sexual moment in the film is when Divine's mother, Edie, is seduced by a man in a chicken suit. The scene is both funny and sexually suggestive, and has become a classic moment in the film.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments, including a scene where Divine and her family engage in a group sex act, and a scene where Divine and her mother engage in a lesbian kiss. These scenes are both shocking and humorous, and have become iconic moments in the film.
Overall, Pink Flamingos (1972) is a cult classic film that is known for its outrageous and often shocking content, including its sexual moments. The film's sexual moments have become iconic and have helped to make the film a classic.
Women are kept chained up nude in a basement and said to have been raped. One unconscious woman is artificially inseminated.
A man lures a woman into his bedroom, and has sex with her, however this sex turns into rape once he begins to have sex with a chicken as well. Some blood is seen (from mainly the chicken, but also the woman) as he rapes her. She yells at him a few times to stop. Extended views of her breasts and his buttocks, a fleeting view of his erection and scrotum.
A woman and her adult son become excited while vandalizing a rival's home and she performs unsimulated fellatio on him; genital-oral penetration visible for most of the scene.
In one scene, a husband and wife, while completely naked, suck on each other's feet and profess their love for one another.
In a brief scene, Divine inserts a steak into her "own little oven" which she later brags about.
The women kept prisoner in a basement are used to produce babies to be sold on the black market to "lesbian couples." (Adoption by gay women (or men) was not legal in the 1970s when this film was made).
A man scares a group of girls by attaching a sausage to his penis. Later in the film, a transgender woman responds to this gesture by flashing her own penis. Genitals are fully visible in both scenes.
A man masturbates into a container (viewed from behind, no visible nudity) while a woman berates him. He later injects the semen via syringe into a woman's vagina; this is shown in explicit detail.
At a party thrown by Divine, one of the guests at the party performs a show where he flexes his anus in time to the song "Surfin' Bird (Bird Is the Word)" by The Trashmen. Extreme closeups of his anal sphincter are seen; genitals are also visible.