So they send her off to a camp so that she can learn to be straight.
The peers she meets there are mostly without a doubt homosexuals so she is a bit of an outcast compared to their behaviors. Many of them play the stereotype that people have of people who are part of the LGBT community while Megan does not. At camp, they are all people thrown in one culture as a community, sent to this camp to set them all straight which, as we know now, is ridiculous.
The film style is one of those that is really exaggerated in terms of roles. The woman who runs the camp is very girly and wears bright pink. The use of blue and pink in the uniforms are a symbolic that girls are supposed to ‘act’ girly and boys are supposed to be