Danish TV Show Most Sexist Program in History? (VIDEO)

If you have even been to Europe, you know that their Television is a little bit different from the US. Most of the so-called Reality TV shows originated in Europe. Nudity is not frowned upon in most of the EU countries, and soft porn can be seen on regular TV stations during Prime Time.

But has this fixation on titillation gone too far with a new show in Denmark. A Danish show critiques women’s bodies on TV.

Blachman, which screens on prime time Danish state television, features a series of silent women who walk in to a darkened studio and slip out of their bathrobes in front of the eponymous host and a guest, British media report.

The men, seated on a couch several metres from the women who are shown in the spotlight, then run their eyes over the nude guests and judge the women on their bodies.

Critics have blasted Blachman, hosted by Thomas Blachman, over its sexist humiliation of women. — Daily Telegraph

Do not get me wrong, I think the naked female body is a work of art, but should this be shown on a State Television network in prime time? And who is to say who has a better body? All people are beautiful in their own way.