Channel 4 dating
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.
Applicants who are overlooked first time round need not despair: they may get a second chance.
“Twice or three times in each show, people whose dates didn’t work out that night will look down the barrel of the lens and say: ‘people of Britain, can you do better?
Unsurprisingly, Monday’s first episode – which featured a bisexual female contestant and full frontal nudity – won its fair share of criticism.
The Telegraph claimed the show was nothing more than a “meat market” with the Daily Mail labelling it “Blind Date in a Brothel”.
The inhabitants are allowed to choose one item to take back per day. Watch this space for more details on when these shows are going to take over our TVs, so you can hide behind your sofa accordingly.
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.
“Anyone who doubts the poisonous influence of internet porn has only to watch five minutes of Naked Attraction to see the damage done,” wrote the Mail’s Christopher Stevens.
Although we’re unsure if Cilla would approve, the viewing public certainly seemed to.