Theo Hobson Theo Hobson

The shame of Naked Attraction

The fact that Naked Attraction is still being broadcast after a year or so strikes me as proof that there is something very wrong with our culture. In a healthy culture it would have been howled offstage after a few weeks, and the moral babies who made it shunned, and firmer procedures put in place to ensure that this sort of thing is not inflicted on us. 

This show, in which people peer at the private parts of potential dates before meeting them, is not funny or daring or witty or...

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