Switched @ Birth is a very good show, I highly recommend it. It takes a while to get good, with the first few episodes being tedious, boring, and all out frustrating. It's annoying having to deal with both parents at first, but with time, you will soon enjoy it. This show inspired me to learn ASL because of all the strong deaf role models. All the characters are affected and changed for the better from ASL and it's wonderful to see how the language has changed all of there lives. With time, they all stick up and fight for Daphne and her deaf friends, and watching ASL connect both of these families is breathtaking. Nothing super inappropriate about this show, but some adult themes are dealt with. Financial issues, marrige/relationship/family issues, crime, lying, rape, etc. The main reason I rate this 15 and up and not 14 is because the two main girls, Bay and Daphne, seem to always be dating someone, they are never just single and it seems like they are giving off the message that you need a boy in your life which I feel is very untrue, and some of the boys these girls date are boys they barely know, and for some reason, that just doesn't sit right with me. But overall very little to no sex scenes and an amazing show.