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YMMV: Sixteen Candles
Crosses the Line Twice - Unfortunate Implications: The shockingly racist portrayal of Long Duk Dong, whose scenes always open with a stereotypical "Chinese Gong." And that's the least offensive element that John Hughes incorporated into his character.
Dude, She's Like in a Coma is eventually sorta averted, but the movie implies a couple of times that there's nothing wrong with screwing unconscious people. First Jake wonders why he doesn't feel like going upstairs to have sex with the unconscious Caroline - it's not because that would be rape, it's just because he isn't into her anymore - and then he lets Ted drive her home, still unconscious, as a favor. Why else would taking a drunk girl home be a fun thing to do?
To be fair though - Caroline apparently finds something enjoyable in the experience. In fact she seems a little bemused by how much she enjoyed it. Seeing how Anthony Michale Hall turned out she'd be wise to hang on to Ted.
Actually, Jake never actually says he's ever taken advantage of Caroline in this state, he just says he could. He may have even been playing things up in front of Ted.
As well as the casual throwing around of 'fags' when these days 'sissy' or 'lamer' would be have been used instead for censorship. Never mind that it's still a pretty common insult to get under one's skin quickly in middle and high schools.
Almost everything listed above is essentially a more recent instance of Values Dissonance than most examples (still doesn't excuse it in the slightest, though).