There's Another TV Show That Exposes Children To Naked Adults, But That Isn't Even The Worst Part
I had no idea just how many naked television shows are out there these days. It's quite appalling. First there was the Dutch show that had children ask questions about adult's naked bodies and tried to pretend everything was normal. Now, this - the UK's "Naked Education".
\u201c'Being naked is not a bad thing at all.'\n\nNormalising all bodies, a groundbreaking new series, Naked Education starts Tuesday at 8pm. Stream free on All 4. \n\n@AnnaRichardso @dralexgoerge1 @yinkabokinni\u201d— Channel 4 (@Channel 4) 1680426002
\u201cChannel 4 show naked education sparks fury as adults strip naked in front of children\u2026.\u203c\ufe0f\nJust sick \nand what the hell is that thing in the clip with breasts and a beard\u2026\nPsychopaths \u203c\ufe0f\nLET THE KIDS BE KIDS\u201d— \ud83c\uddec\ud83c\udde7Paul Hutchinson\ud83c\uddec\ud83c\udde7As One\u261d\ufe0f\ud83c\uddec\ud83c\udde7 (@\ud83c\uddec\ud83c\udde7Paul Hutchinson\ud83c\uddec\ud83c\udde7As One\u261d\ufe0f\ud83c\uddec\ud83c\udde7) 1681281297
The show says it's “on a mission to normalize all body types, champion differences, and break down stereotypes." So to do this, it exposes teenagers to naked adults and allows them to ask the "experts" questions about their bodies. And the show recently featured two people who surgically mutilated themselves to try and become the opposite gender. Of course.
The two stars, Finlay Games and Lucian Main, showed off their double mastectomy scars. After that fun was over, Finlay decided to up the ante a little and reveal their "neo-penis." For those of you trans rookies out there, a "neo-penis" is constructed when a woman who wants to be a man has doctors remove tissue from her forearm or thigh and create a phallic mass of tissue. To attach "down there".
\u201cTrans-identified women paraded naked, with mastectomy scars, full phalloplasty made from arm flesh, on UK show "Naked Education"\n\nhttps://t.co/USaC5AFZA5\u201d— The Post Millennial (@The Post Millennial) 1682007610
Finlay claimed the neo-penis is fully functional alongside a pump device that resembles a deflated balloon: "I have a saline solution in my abdomen in a little kind of reservoir, and in this testicle, I have a pump, and when I pump, the saline solution goes through and into my penis and gives me an erection and then I have a button there to let it back out again."
Finlay then turned to the audience of youngsters and explained how nerves from their forearm were removed and connected to nerves in their pelvis to try and provide the neo-penis with full sensation. Finlay claimed that, because of this, they can achieve orgasm.
What the show left out, however, was that Finlay actually had to undergo six surgeries due to severe complications and has long battled depression. These inconvenient facts were pointed out by science documentary producer Malcolm Clark over on Twitter.
\u201c7./ What hypocrisy for Channel 4 to make a fuss about being honest about our bodies and then present such a one-sided and therefore dishonest portrayal of Finn's story. They claim honesty about our bodies will help young people. So won't this sort of dishonesty harm them?\u201d— Malcolm Clark (@Malcolm Clark) 1681857305
I don't think I have to explain to you how incredibly disturbing this all is, and right on the heels of the United Nations trying to legalize pedophilia. Thankfully, attempts to "normalize" all of this still seem to be falling flat.
Lily is a Zoomer college dropout who somehow landed a writing gig here at LwC.com. In her spare time, she enjoys going for runs, touching grass, and occasionally tweeting tweets for fellow tweeters.
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