The only path to true love is being true to yourself. Cautionary tale: Getting romantically involved with the boss often creates more challenges than opportunities. Communication is a clear theme.
Characters aren't shown having sex, but there's plenty of talk, innuendo, and implications of it happening under the covers. On a first date, a couple engages in a passionate make-out session during which clothes come off; the film then cuts to a post-sex cuddle. In a comically graphic scene, one character explains to another what he's doing right and wrong in bed, gesturing with hands and tongue. A woman consistently dresses in clothing that's meant to be interpreted as revealing. A naked rear end is completely exposed in a way that's not meant to be appealing.
Multiple uses of "f--k" and "s--t," plus "douche bag," "goddamn," and "Jesus" (as an exclamation).
Apple computers in an office. Tinder and My Little Pony are referred to for a laugh.
Wine is served in social situations. It's implied (but not crystal clear) that the main character drank too much sparkling wine, which leads to behavior that causes a handsome man to fall for her.