Other shows include “Naked and Afraid,” which launched June 2013 on Discovery Channel, and “Buying Naked” on TLC, which started in June. EDT, follows a man and a woman who go on three dates with different people on an island resort, all the time wearing little or no clothing.
At the end, they decide which person they want to continue dating at home.
Bodies are seen nude from the rear, though from the front private parts are blurred.
Participants flirt and sometimes kiss in the nude; they also talk about body parts, rate their dates' attractiveness, and talk frankly about sex and attraction.
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The PTC plans to alert parents and hold the show’s advertisers accountable., with their private parts pixelated or otherwise obscured by a graphic technique.
Bodies are seen nude from the rear; from the front, private parts are blurred.
Nonetheless, expect flirting, dating (obviously), kissing (sometimes with both participants naked), discussion of sex and body parts, and other mature content.
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SBS has pitched the show as a “unique matchmaking social experiment” that promises to “challenge both viewer and contributor prejudices about attraction”.