Danish television series Ultra Strips Down has sparked a backlash after it showed adults stripping down in front of 11 to year-olds. Danish television series Ultra Strips Down has recieved backlash for adult nudity in front of children. The award-winning Danish series sees naked adults shown to 11 to year-old children to "promote body positivity and combat body-shaming", according to the New York Times. Airing on Danish channel DR Ultra, the show seeks to break down ideas surrounding conventional body types and processes. In a recent episode, five adults disrobed to show their naked bodies to the children in a bid to answer questions surrounding skin and hair on the body. The show won Best Children's Programme at the Danish TV Festival, with Denmark carrying much less cultural taboos surrounding nudity and the human body compared to other western countries. However, after a clip of the series went viral on Facebook , a backlash has come about due to the show's content.
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The year-old man said that he made the videos only for private use, but the judge did not believe him. The Danish press says that a Hungarian tourist was arrested in Denmark because he made videos of naked boys in the changing room of a popular swimming pool in Copenhagen, hvg reported. The year-old Hungarian whose name or even monogram is still kept a secret said that he arrived in the Danish capital last Wednesday as a tourist. However, instead of visiting the popular places of Copenhagen, he chose to go to the swimming pool of the DGI Byen hotel complex where he filmed year-old boys in the changing room. The police were called by one of the guests of the hotel who spotted that the Hungarian man was trying to upload photos of naked children on his laptop. They took the suspect into custody immediately, and. On his first hearing, he acknowledged that he made the videos, which he already regretted. He added that he had made them only for private use, so he did not want to forward them to anyone. Based on Danish laws, the process has to be finished against him in Denmark, and he can only be extradited to Hungary after the court decides about the case.
In that time, the show has featured a post-surgery transgender model, a dwarf, and a man with horns surgically implanted into his head. The piece was largely positive, and described the show as helping children feel more confident in their own bodies. Sexual mores have long differed in the US and Europe, with family outings to nude beaches considered normal in Denmark, and public nakedness generally accepted as benign in Germany. Many Americans, however, have not reacted well to the efforts of their liberal media to change this situation. And, despite the avalanche of criticism, some commentators praised the Times for showing the US how things are done abroad. Nudity is nothing to be ashamed of or scorned.
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