Sure. We'll just thing you're weird. That movie's weird. It's made out to be this lighthearted romantic comedy version of Pygmalion (i.e., My Fair Lady), but it's about a prostitute who ends up getting wooed by her john. Julia Roberts plays a prostitute. She literally has sex with people for money. Richard Gere is her johh. He literally hires women to have sex with him. They then absurdly backpedal that aspect of the story by making him act like hiring prostitutes isn't something he usually does, despite doing it as flawlessly as an old pro, and her absurdly acting all demure and virginal, despite the beginning making it crystal clear that she sucks penises and has sexual intercourse for money when she points out that what she won't do is kiss, like everything but kissing is on the menu for her customers. Especially given the time of the, being filmed in 89 and released in 90. A more morally conservative time you could not find all the way back to the 50's.
This is a time when AIDS was banned from being discussed in schools because doing so was perceived as endorsing homosexuality, because warning kids about it was warning them against a punishment from God they deserved for being gay, because if kids are good and don't do gay stuff, then they've got nothing to worry about.
This is a time when "I Want Your Sex" and "Let's Talk About Sex" were songs that were banned on the radio nationwide just for having the word "sex" in the title.
This is a time when dresses became drop-waist and their lengths dropped to girls' ankles because female modesty was the ideal and propagandized as actually more appealing that tight waists and short skirts.