Naked dating in sweden
The poor things may feel the action was specifically intended for them.
Your nakedness may then be interpreted as provocative, offensive, and upsetting, and thus punishable.
But sometimes Swedes get in trouble with the law for being naked at home.
Factor in the endorsement of random coupling implied by “Dating Naked” and “Married at First Sight,” and we as a species are now lower on both the sartorial and the evolutionary scales than some penguins, which practice courtship rituals leading to committed relationships and have plumage that at least looks vaguely like clothing.
The ultimate didn’t-think-this-through, though, is envisioning how these shows match up with another booming genre, the wedding-dress series, represented most prominently by the “Say Yes to the Dress” franchise.
Fox has apparently been developing its own naked-dating show, though The Wrap reported the other day that it has been postponed for reasons unknown; maybe to study ways to make it nakeder than “Dating Naked”?
Showtime commissioned a video (title: “Undress Me”) of strangers stripping one another as a promotion — oh, sorry; according to the network, it’s a “social experiment” — for the new season of “Masters of Sex.” In August, GSN introduces a body painting show called “Skin Wars.” Clearly, there soon won’t be a clothed person left on television, reality or scripted.