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CY_Girl
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I was reading an article in a magazine and it was talking about showing the full frontal view of a guys sex organs for a TV show about sex problems. It made it sound that it was going to be shown this fall on TV, Has anyone heard about this? Would they really show a guys penis and balls? Maybe, but I dont think so.
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cichi_cichi_yaya_dada
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Okay then. What show would that be exactly??
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Celtic Daisy
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Well, i don't know about the anywhere else, but some shows i've seen on sex, like Sex Files, or Sexual Secrets and stuff like that, often show complete sex organs of both males and females. It's not that uncommen anymore, especially when it's on an educational show.

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CY_Girl
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They didnt say what show, but it sounded like it was going to be on one of those main news shows. And I have heard of them showing penises on TV before but this was going to be regular TV not cable. Personally I will beleive it when I see it when they show a close up of a guys genital area. By the way do they usually shave his .... when they show something like that?
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logic_grrl
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At least two recent documentaries on British TV (non-cable) have shown a guy's genitals - and British TV is not usually considered the world's most radical .
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Well, while people living in the UK may not consider it anything "radical" especially when we look at Euro television, it IS a lot less repressed than American telly.

I think our American friends would be very, very surprised to find out that they can pop into a local news agents and pick up a mainstream newspaper like the Daily Sport and see several topless women.

And that because it's a newspaper, they can do so at age 8, 12, or 16.

Despite that, I do remember the hulabaloo over whatever TV show that was (wasn't it something like Pride & Prejudice for goodness sake?) that showed male frontal nudity first... "Oh my God! Was that his willie???"

The double standard amuses me endlessly


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CY_Girl
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Yeah, but I think showing a lady boobs on ads in Europe is differnt that showing a guys penis on television. And even if they showed one before I think it was from far away, thats the thing with those news shows they will probably show a full picture of thing from a few inches away. That will be interesting. I wonder if they will show everything or only a part of the penis?
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I wish it weren't so much fuss over showing a girl's chest. I dont' know what the big deal is. I know that alot of women like them touched alot during sex, but so do some guys. I dont' see the difference. I think i ws raised pretty liberally (i think) and I'm glad i was. I seem to have a better time with issues. I like looking at them personally.
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