Why hollywood encourage teenages to have sex in middle school?

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May 27, 2019 14:40
Why hollywood encourage teenages to have sex in middle school?

I watched "Booksmart" this weekend.
It's a juvenile comedy which described two girls, both were top students who have devoted themselves to study and never had affair with classmates, were desperate to get rid off their virginity before their graduation.
Someone said it was a female version of "American Pie".
The movie was interesting.
But I was curious about the background content: have most of the American middle school seniors had sex experience before their graduation?
I don't know the reality in the USA and Google has built a censorship to filter this topics, so I can't get any public research or statistics papers from internet.
But most of the American teenage films and TV shows have implied this concept: It's embarrassed that a senior never have sex with a friend or friends.
We know that sexual liberation is the hallmark of the modern western culture.
Does the western society encourage teenages to do this? I doubt it.
But why is hollywood propagating this all the time?

In 2017, 57.3% of American 12th-graders had had sex, according to 2017 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.