Parents need to know that You People is a mature comedy about a couple whose families disapprove of their romantic partner because they come from very different backgrounds. The film's humor is based largely on ethnic and racial stereotypes or preconceptions two families and communities (one Jewish, the other Black Muslim) have of each other. The film seems to suggest that some of these stereotypes have a basis in reality, but its ultimate message is to treat people as individuals, regardless of religion or skin color. Characters discuss racial equity, racism, slavery, the Holocaust, gentrification, appropriation, tokenism, and privilege. Black characters use the "N" word regularly. Other language includes "f--k," "s--t," "damn," "goddamn," "hell," "bitch," "ass," "a--hole," "p--sy," "d--k," "penis," "moron," "stupid," and "Jesus Christ." Adults drink alcohol and discuss people smoking and taking molly and cocaine. A bachelor party involves copious amounts of cocaine. Couples kiss and the two main characters spend the night together and discuss having sex. There's mention of doing "gay stuff," discussion of "getting p--sy," being "thirsty," doing "anal," "sucking it," "strapping," and licking a stripper's toes. A bachelor party involves strippers.