Parents need to know that God Forbid: The Sex Scandal That Brought Down a Dynasty is a documentary about Giancarlo Granda and his years-long sexual agreement with an older married couple who just happened to be Jerry Falwell Jr. and Becki Falwell. Falwell Jr., the now former president of the largest evangelical conservative Christian school in the world, Liberty University, resigned because of this scandal. The story is told through interviews with Granda, his sister, and a handful of journalists and scholars familiar with Granda's experience, including the journalist who originally broke the story. While there's no sex or nudity, the entire film is about how Jerry Falwell is a "cuck" and enjoys watching his wife have sex with another man. There are also references to: "porn," "cougars," "husbands who like to watch," "horny 20-year-olds," "stroking inner thighs," "blowjobs," "going all way," "f--king," "jacking off," "feeling each other up," "balls deep," "menage a trois," "going in for seconds," and "being hot." A woman video chats in the nude (blurred out) and walks around her house showing off all the places where they had sex. There is also "sexting," young adults romantically dancing in bathing suits, romantic embracing and kissing, and "porn" videos sent over the phone. Some inappropriate photographs show Jerry Falwell Jr. with his pants unzipped with much younger students of his university. Violence includes a man discussing his desire to kill himself during a tough period in his life. Also, women talk about how Liberty University encouraged a pervasive rape culture, with over 50 women coming forth claiming that their rapists were only "prayed for," and then let back into school and the public, with no further consequences. Many women claimed they were also drugged. A man admits on tape how he sexually assaults women saying, "I just grab them by the p---y." Lots of footage shows old riots, police brutality and violence, racist, sexist, and homophobic behavior and comments, terrorist attacks, bombings, and news reports. Strong language includes: "f--k," "f--ked," "p---y," "s--t," "vagina," "f-g," and "gay" as an insult.