An interesting or creepy, depending upon your take on-demand TV show called Ultra Strips Down is filmed in front of a live studio audience of year-old kids or older who are in front of a handful of adults standing completely starkers on a stage. The aim of the series is to show young, impressionable minds in an era of porn and Photoshopped images what real bodies look like. Parents need to teach kids what real bodies look like before someone else does. Because that person is likely somewhere in the bowels of the internet.
Controversy Over Danish TV Show Featuring Adults Getting Naked In Front Of Children
Danish TV show features naked adults in front of school children | Metro News
Nudity is not new to Danes and maybe that is why the Danes not are afraid of nudism. Although it is only practiced by few. Scandinavia including Denmark is probably the most open-minded region in the world. It is legal in Denmark for nudists to swim naked, or to sunbathe either topless or completely in the nude. Should it be prohibited as an exception, a sign will let you know. Nudism at the beaches is accepted and widespread in Denmark, however the majority of the Danes are using swimwear.
Only a few in the audience of to year-olds raised their hands. On a stage before them in a heated studio in Copenhagen stood five adults in bathrobes. There was a brief moment of silence, as faces turned serious.
An award winning Danish TV show has come under criticism because it features adults stripping down completely naked in front of children. OK, so that sounds a little bit weird , but there is actually supposed to be a message about body positivity behind it. The show is called Ultra Strips Down and sees grown-up folks getting their kit off in a controlled environment in front of kids between the ages of 11 and 13 in order to show them that there is no such thing as a 'normal' or 'perfect' human body. The show claims to "promote body positivity and combat body-shaming" but obviously some people aren't impressed by it. A recent episode saw five people enter an auditorium where the kids were sitting wearing robes, before throwing the robes off and answering questions from the curious kids.