A still from the programme, before the participants disrobe. The show, called Gewoon Bloot simply naked in the Netherlands, consists of a number of adults of all shapes and sizes answering questions from children aged 10 to12 on subjects like being ashamed of certain body parts or shaving versus waxing. Elsbeth Reitzema from the Rutgers sexual health foundation, which helped develop the series, said the photoshopped or semi pornographic images children see every day on tv and the internet distorted reality and that the programme could be a good way for parents to broach the subject with their children. We had expected a bit of a ruckus. The first Dutch sex education tv programme to feature nudity was Open en bloot , which was broadcast in
A new educational television show that has completely nude adults answering questions from children has prompted criticism in Holland. The programme — called Simply Naked — has not yet aired but a trailer showing adults stripping off has been released by broadcaster NPO, as reported by Dutch News. However the unconventional nature of the programme has caused a backlash in Holland that reaches across the political spectrum.
It features nude female news presenters reading news bulletins derived from news wires. There are six daily news programs a week and they are approximately 22 minutes long. Naked News TV! The show recruits women from around the world to appear on a regular basis or as guest reporters. Their auditions, where women try out for the program, is one of the most popular segments and generates the most viewer feedback.