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Channel 4 said Naked Attraction last year drew an average audience of 1.7 million across five episodes.
A spokesman said: 'In a world where dating is often reduced to swipe left or right this is a light hearted series which aims to demystify the rules of sexual attraction for the Tinder generation.'In an increasingly complicated dating world, some evolutionary psychologists and sexual scientists believe that our bodies alone may still project the best information for us to select a successful partner.'Whilst we are socially conditioned not to judge people on their looks, could reversing the dating process and judging someone purely on their naked form actually offer us the best chance of finding a suitable mate?
It has been a big week for trust online and we wanted to highlight some of the identity-related stories making headlines this week: Last night Channel 4 news reported Global Personals, a white-label dating platform that powers 7,500 of online dating sites, had employed a team of people to create fake profiles and message registered users to get users to subscribe to the paid service which allows sending and receiving of messages with other dating prospects.
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Channel 4's nude dating show Naked Attraction is set to cause yet more controversy when it returns for a second series.
The explicit programme is set to return this evening and show a staggering 363 female genitalia shots and 166 penis shots in its first episode alone.
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