Parents have been left outraged after watching a new TV show that involves adults stripping off in front of kids.
The programme is a spinoff of the popular Channel 4 programme, Naked Attraction.
Naked Attraction is a dating show hosted by Anna Richardson, which sees clothed people pick a date from six naked individuals who are revealed in stages from the feet up.
But this new show, Naked Education, has left people angry after taking things ‘one step further’.
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The show aims to ‘normalise all body types, champion our differences, and break down stereotypes’, according to Richardson.
The first episode focuses on the topic of body hair, but its ‘Teen Talk’ segment has sparked a fair amount of controversy.
Four nude individuals stood in front of a group of teenagers sitting at desks, while co-hosts Alex George and Yinka Bokinni provided educational insights.
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While some viewers are praising the show for its efforts to educate and promote body positivity, others believe it is inappropriate to feature naked adults in front of children.
After watching, one viewer wrote: “What the actual f*** is this?
“I’m very open to most things but kids… and naked adults… come on man.”
Another said: “This has nothing to do with education and everything to do with normalising naked adults around 14 year olds. Sick.”
“How is it even legal to involve minors in this kind of show? It feels quite uncomfortable watching this so far,” added a third.
Viewing the show in a positive light, one person wrote: “Just caught the end of Naked Education and I’ll have to rewatch the full thing.
“What an awesome idea. Only in Britain would they show fully naked people on TV at 8pm, but I love that!
“Seems like a very empowering and positive show about tackling insecurities.”
While host Richardson tells The Sun: “Naked Education is sort of one step further than Naked Attraction… I like to make shows that are controversial, that break taboos.”
She adds that the show can help people ‘accept that with our clothes off, we’re all normal’.
Richardson also explains that the show will include the ‘Naked Brigade’, where body-positive individuals share their naked bodies, and ‘Naked Exchange’, which sees two strangers discussing everything their bodies have experienced.
The presenter goes on to reveal that Naked Education will also cover topics such as anatomy, body hair and gender reassignment surgery.
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Some viewers have questioned why the programme was allowed to air at 8pm, before the watershed.
Ofcom, the UK’s communications regulator, is said to have received a large number of complaints about the show.
The regulator states that the watershed is in place to protect children from unsuitable material, including s**ual content.
Naked Education airs every Tuesday on Channel 4.
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