Parents need to know that Do Revenge represents high schoolers as vengeful, anxious, sexually active, identity-conscious casual drinkers and drug takers concerned about class and status. It does all this in a way apparently meant to undercut many of these behaviors and portrayals. Although teens meticulously "curate" their lives for social status, measuring their success by cliques, accolades, or how many people want to "destroy" them, they ultimately learn that most of them feel constricted by the need to "perform" and actually want to be free of all that. They treat each other cruelly, but they learn that true friendship is hard to find and that they don't need to be in a rush to grow up. High schoolers drink, smoke cigarettes and joints, take "K," and spin out on psychedelics after two classmates purposefully drug them. They flirt, kiss, make out, feel each other up, record nude videos, cheat on each other, and have sex. No body parts or intimate acts are shown, but a man goes under the blankets while a woman fakes an orgasm. There's talk of "eating ass," "boob," and nose jobs, a tampon "sliding out," and a woman who says she's glad she's sitting on a towel when she encounters a male classmate she has "so much chemistry" with. Language includes anatomical and sexual references as well as "f--k," "s--t," "damn," "hell," "ass," "a--hole," "bitch," "c--t," "slut," "d--k," "t-t," and "psycho."