Virgin Tales (2012)
It's well made. It's primarily for Conservative Christian Evangelical Republicans. It's about the Wilson family. The father works for The Family Research Council; and if you know anything about them, they are anti-Liberal/Democrat, anti-gay, anti-anyone not like them.
It focuses primarily on "purity of women". The subservience of women to men, especially when it comes to sex. It rarely touches on the issue for boys/men, and when it does it's more in line with the adage of "Honor thy father", or in this case: the girl's father.
The men are at war against the evil doers (those not like them), they get a "becoming a man" ceremony where they are presented a sword (framed) and "knighted" into Biblegod's Army.
One sentiment I had when I watched this was something Mr. Wilson alluded, [paraphrased] "A world of acceptance, tolerance, and equality is the bane of evil."
It's not an "in your face" documentary but there is only one point-of-view. When an opposite point-of-view is shown, it's shown as pure evil, in implication.
I had to give it a 7/10 because it's effective; especially to who this is aimed at: Evangelical Conservative Republican Christians™ and especially...their children.
Something written at the end I would like to add:
Pledge takers are as likely to have sex before marriage as other teens, but less likely to use condoms or birth control when they do.
Kind of makes you think, in their mind, that one must be more sinful than the other.