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Is this a new form of ethical reality TV or just the emperor's new clothes?
They will hang out with eight naked body-confident hosts — whose modesty is covered only by paint. Mental health campaigner Natasha Devon also oversees the show, which starts on Thursday. The Naked Beach participants include a mum with stretch marks and a redhead who hates almost everything about her figure. Molly Forbes , 35, a mum of two and blogger from south Devon, was on a diet and weighing some spinach when her daughter Freya, five, asked her why. I now have no idea how much I weigh because I threw away my scales. Ayesha Perry Iqbal , 28, from Newport, Gwent, was 16 and a size 8 when she applied for a place at a London drama school. It was really insulting. Fed up at 21, Ayesha moved to Los Angeles and has become a successful plus-size model for international agency Wilhelmina Models. It took a lot of hard work to get here. Gradually I began to feel better about myself.
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Please refresh the page and retry. R eality TV does terrible things to the terrible British body image. It lately presents an image of perfection that is utterly masochistic to watch, because almost no one looks like that, and if they do, they are probably so self-absorbed they have never read a book, so why would you want to sleep with them anyway? What is their pillow talk? The safe use of steroids? Where to get tanning sessions for 30 pence?
By Lily Waddell For Mailonline. Love Island could be in with some fierce competition as Channel 4 has launched a new reality television steamy show called Naked Beach which is set to hit our screens on Thursday. Astonishing pictures captured a handful of the hosts barely covering their modesty with different body paints from floral patterns to animal prints.