Channel 4 has promised viewers that future episodes of new dating show Naked Attraction will “feature more nude women” following a sexism row sparked when the first episode showed “too many penises”.
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"The ultimate romantic experience where two people revisit the myth of the Garden of Eden," he said.
According to the Sun, in 48 minutes, not including commercials, the show flashed a total of 282 shots of penises and 96 vaginas.
During the show there were 175 shots of penises as the first dater, music producer Ania, started her search before her privates were shown 11 times in quick succession.
Anna Richardson is returning to front the show and we assume, struggle to keep her eyes on the camera.
Incidentally the host is married to another recognisable TV face – former Great British Bake Off presenter Sue Perkins. The first series of the show attracted 98 complaints to TV regulating body Ofcom, for “exploitative nudity”.
The game show requires five people to stand in glass boxes, naked, while another contestant critiques their bodies and eventually chooses one to go on a (clothed) date with.
In the first episode of the new series, six women were scrutinised by Dominic from the feet up, but viewers seemed confused by one thing in particular.
“It was scheduled appropriately and clear warnings were given prior to broadcast.” The regulator also said it will not investigate a small number of complaints about a bullying storyline in Emmerdale, but will investigate a single complaint made about James O’Brien on his LBC radio show.