Dating naked uncensered
Dating naked uncensered
Yeah, it sort of looked like a weird Thanksgiving turkey, but a kid on the bus told me that’s normal.He also said something about making sure you find the “clitoris,” but by that point, I was pretty sure he was fucking with me.
, she was under the impression that producers would blur everything out even though everyone would be filming buck-ass naked, so surely you’re going to accidentally see some butthole.When I first read this story, I hadn’t seen the uncensored shot yet, so initially my reaction was, what the hell is wrong with this woman’s vagina that the mere sight of it would cause a man to run the other way?So imagine my surprise when it looked nothing like a slimy piranha plant giving birth.See more » If you are going to blur all the nudity, may as well call it Dating Blurred Naked! Not sure why Americans, meaning USA, are so ashamed of the body, apart from another Religion who have their women covered up, they would have to be the most prudish on Earth!We can have blood, shooting, murder, stabbing, drugs... Not there are no other US productions of movies which show a lot more or actual sexual positions, and those movies are distributed, but in this show it's mostly shown as "innocent" nudity.The kind of nudity young kids were used to before they were told the body is taboo, must be covered, sex is a sin...
I didn't really watched the whole 2 shows I bothered with, just zipped thru, but the producers may get a bigger audience, more voyeurs if they didn't blur it all.In fact, the filing says it took “further assurances” from the producers that the inappropriate areas would indeed be blurred for Nizewitz to agree to wrestle with her date on the beach.Also fueling the legal action is the fallout Nizewitz suffered from the female equivalent of the full Monty.Having been left unblurred in a beach scene on the freshman unscripted romance show’s July 31 episode, Nizewitz is taking VH1 owner Viacom — as well as producers Lighthearted Entertainment and Firelight Entertainment — to court for million. “The episode, as broadcast, shows Plaintiff’s wrestling takedown of her date, but Defendants did not blur out her vagina and anus, which were fully exposed to all viewers,” the 4-claim complaint says (read it here).“Plaintiff, who was watching the initial showing, was shocked, horrified, and outraged to observe this intrusion into her privacy to all to see.” ?Or in Jessie’s case, some butthole AND vagina (NSFW) which apparently cost her the love of her life and left her no choice but to sue VH1 for million.