Twitter user Jenna Louise said: “Have you seen this programme on Channel 4? Channel 4 claim the show is based on the work of “evolutionary psychologist and sexual scientists” who claim nude dating is the key to a successful relationship.
Hosted by Rocsi Diaz, this season once again features two main daters, David and Natalie, as they search for love on a tropical island paradise.See more » If you are going to blur all the nudity, may as well call it Dating Blurred Naked! Not sure why Americans, meaning USA, are so ashamed of the body, apart from another Religion who have their women covered up, they would have to be the most prudish on Earth!We can have blood, shooting, murder, stabbing, drugs... Not there are no other US productions of movies which show a lot more or actual sexual positions, and those movies are distributed, but in this show it's mostly shown as "innocent" nudity.This may seem like a new trend, but there have actually been plenty of shows that require their participants to be in the buff.So here’s a ranking of TV’s top ten naked reality programs — both the ones that made it to the small screen and the crazy ideas that never aired. Fox’s untitled, possibly scrapped naked dating show Never one to ignore an awful TV trend, Fox announced plans for its own dating naked show, in which contestants would date each other in front of a live studio audience.A new Channel 4 dating programme that sees contestants strip off on camera has sparked a sexism row after showing nearly three times more shots of naked men than women.Media watchdog Ofcom was sent 45 complaints during the series opener of Naked Attraction at 10pm last night.Outraged viewers slammed the programme, hosted by Anna Richardson, over a “lack of morals” while others questioned why more male than female genitalia was shown. Later, bisexual masseuse Mal, had three men and three women to choose from.According to the Sun, in 48 minutes, not including commercials, the show flashed a total of 282 shots of penises and 96 vaginas. Her search triggered 100 shots of men’s intimate parts of 82 of women’s.See full summary » Former contestant Jessie Nizewitz sued Viacom as well as Firelight Entertainment and Lighthearted Entertainment for million after they accidentally broadcast an uncensored shot of her genital region on air.The judge dismissed the case and ordered Nizewitz to pay the legal fees of the defendants.