Parents need to know that Mascots, a Netflix original movie, is the latest entry in the comic fictional films, disguised as "documentaries," from Christopher Guest and his company of improvisational actors. Focusing on team mascots from smaller colleges and venues, Guest gently spoofs the people inside the quirky costumes as they vie for the Fluffy Awards, presented annually by the World Mascot Association. For this international competition, an array of oddball contestants gets center stage as they train, socialize, and reveal the offbeat sides of their personalities and relationships. The laughs are playful, witty, and sophisticated, with some sexual innuendo, naughty jokes, and sexy sight gags. There's talk about infidelity, penis size, escort services, sexual misbehavior, a yeast infection, and a "scented" athletic cup. A brief glimpse of bare breasts and sexual activity in a gentlemen's club. Coarse language ("piss," "boner," "defecate," "balls," and one "f--k") works in tandem with the rest of the comedy, as does some drinking, a duo-smoking-marijuana scene, and references to sexually transmitted diseases. While it might initially seem that the subject matter is ideal for young audiences, this movie is meant for mature teens and adults only.