Did anyone else see this last night? I consider myself to be pretty open-minded and difficult to shock, but the concept of a dating show where naked people are put in coloured boxes like weird, life-sized, sexual barbies and slowly different revealing parts of their anatomy, which are then discussed at length before one poor soul is rejected purely on the basis that their ex-potential date didn't like something about their body, until only 2 people are left (at which point the chooser gets naked too) left me a little skeeved out if I'm honest. I mean, I've been on many bad dates, made many poor romantic choices and had a couple of distinctly unwise relationships, but at no point did I ever think that the problem was that I'd not been able to see them naked before I decided to get romantically involved with them. It was not the lack of a peachy bum or too much body hair or the way his peen dangled that caused the relationships to fail. An excess of clothes were not the issue, so I'm not sure how this show is trying to promote the idea that lack of clothes will somehow make for the beginning of a stronger relationship, apart from maybe being suited simply because they're both exhibitionists. I get that its supposed to be about body positivity or something, but just... no. Surely there are better ways of making us feel better about ourselves than watching as a camera pans across 5 uncensored sets of genitals.