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The nude participants are "confronting one another as God created them," according to The Sun."There is no money into the bargain: it is a way of making sure that people are sincerely looking for love," he told French newspaper Le Parisien.The US version of the programme - Dating Naked - which blurs out all sensitive parts of the body has proved so popular that it has been commissioned for a second season.Meaning The Forbidden Education in Spanish, La Educación Prohibida is an independent, crowd-funded documentary production that tells the story of several alternative education schools and methods in Spain and South America.The alternative education systems documented in the film include home schooling, Montessori education and the Waldorf method, and the filmmakers contrast them with current Spanish and Hispanic educational systems, which, the film asserts, are out of date.One or more naked Adams and Eves wash ashore during each episode, providing the contestants with other options in their quest for romance.
This could be a godsend if the first pair isn't hitting it off, but it may also introduce an element of competition.
Get ready for the next generation of reality TV – naked dating.
Created by TV company Eyework, TV show Adam and Eve is billed as ‘an incredible experiment to find true love in its purest form.’ It sees contestants taken by boat (naked) to a tropical island where they must swim to shore (naked), with the aim of finding love (naked) – you get the picture.
"After a spectacular and rather awkward start, the couple explores the island to find their shelter and food supply, where they will spend the night together in a breathtaking paradise: it is their true 'Garden of Eden,'" the show's description reads.
But their Garden of Eden isn't without its twists and temptations.
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