"I can handle all the sexual expression a girl wants to broadcast. No such thing as too much. And no, that doesn't mean there isn't any substance underneath that facade."
I've got no problem with that, but what I said was:
"I can get behind a message of opposing a culture which pushes girls to be more explicitly sexual than they naturally are and emphasizes their sexuality to the detriment of their other attributes."
What I oppose is the pushing, and the emphasis on sexuality to the detriment of their other attributes.
So long as there is no pushing, and so long as other attributes of a girl's humanity are not harmed, I've got no problem with it.
But I got the feeling (from the descriptions of the film I've read) that this film was about the pushing and the unhealthy cultural focus on female sexuality.