Parents need to know that Pure is a drama about a woman struggling with a distressing mental illness that's connected to sex. There's a lot of strong sexual content, but also impressive positive messages connected to courage, communication, self-control, and the value of working gradually to understand and cope with one's own limitations and strengths. Main character Marnie is seeking and finds professional, therapeutic, and other help for her problems while she is working towards creating a satisfying adult life with friends, a job, and a purpose. She sometimes stumbles and makes mistakes, but she makes amends and grows and improves over time. Sexual content is often connected with Marnie's mental illness; she sees flashes of people who are nude or involved in sex. We see breasts and buttocks, thrusting motions, people moaning, same- and opposite-sex kissing, and visual references to oral sex. There are also references in the dialogue to body parts, oral sex, group sex, bestiality, and other mature matters. Language includes "f--k," "f--ked," and "f--king," as well as "s--t," and words for sex and body parts: "tits," "p---y," "c--k," "wank," "finger bang." Characters drink at gatherings and clubs. One character often drinks as a way to gather courage. In one scene, we see her drinking mouthwash and vodka and then vomiting. The cast is diverse in terms of race, ethnicity, and sexual identity, and characters are realistic and relatable.