Source – A Danish chat show where women silently undress as the male host and a guest critique their bodies has been branded humiliating and sexist by viewers. The women walk on in a bath robe and then stand in front of the two men who are seated on an empty set with one harsh light. Each model then removes her robe as host Thomas Blachman, who also created the concept, and his guest appraise their figures. Some of the most puerile moments have included comments such as ‘How’s that p****’ working out for you?’ and ‘Very animated nipples.’ Blachman, who is a Danish X-Factor judge, today defended his idea insisting he was actually doing women a favour as the ‘female body thirsts for the words of a man’. He also said his show – which has the eponymous title Blachman – was the work of a genius and had a higher objective of ‘discussing the aesthetics of a female body without allowing the conversation to become pornographic or politically correct’. He said: ‘I told them the entire idea of the show is to let men talk about the bodies of naked women while the woman is standing right in front of them. ‘The female body thirsts for words. The words of a man. And they went for it.’ He added that he wanted to ‘revise women’s views of men’s views of women.’
Best show ever. So simple, no frills, right to the point. Just a couple dudes sitting on a couch critiquing every square inch of the naked broad standing in front of them. A+ television. Because this show is based around the foundation of guy’s lives. Looking at girls, judging girls, and talking about girls with other guys. That’s like 90% of my life. The female body thirsts for the words of a man indeed. So what’s a Danish Emmy called? This should get a baker’s dozen of those.
And anyone saying it’s sexist simply doesn’t understand the world we live in. First of all, these girls agreed to be on it. They know exactly what’s going to happen. If chicks didn’t want the flaws of their body pointed out then they wouldn’t sign up to go on. And second, judging women happens all the time on TV and in every aspect of society. Only difference here is that these two guys brought it to its purest form.