Parents need to know that I Love America is a movie about adults made for an adult audience. The middle-aged characters and subject matter likely would not interest younger audiences, but the film also has extensive sexual content and discussion as well as language and drug use. A straight woman and a gay man seek partners via a dating app and discuss sex throughout the film, using terms/concepts like getting laid, "f--king," "slut," "MILF," anal, gangbang, being horny, eating someone out, being a "playboy," and waxing. Language in English and English subtitles also includes "f--k," "s--t," "bitch," "d--k," "ass," "screw," "Chrissake," "idiot," "jerk," "geez," "stupid," and "God." Sex scenes show men and women topless, and in one case a man is under the covers apparently providing oral sex to another man. A woman goes on a date with a nudist. At one point, two people go to a clinic to be tested for sexually transmitted diseases. Adults smoke joints, drink alcohol, take edibles, and talk about being high or tipsy. The woman is reconciling with having felt abandoned by her mother as a child. When the mother is elderly and dying, there's discussion of giving her an injection from which she won't wake up. The characters show forgiveness, vulnerability, and genuine friendship inclusive of different skin colors, ages, and sexual orientations.