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August 21, 2014 - 9:55 am

Let’s push the pause button on politics, to note the decline and fall of what was a great civilization.

Have you seen this show, Dating Naked? It follows similar cable fare such as Discovery’s Naked and Afraid. These shows have “naked” in the title, which is a dead giveaway of what they’re about.

They’re about regular people getting naked for basic cable. Duh. That ought to be clear. It’s censored but still R rated stuff.

Dating Naked is a twist on earlier highbrow fare like Love Connection. Only, the daters are naked together on the first date. And they have a full crew around them shooting every word and every move in every contrived situation. And there are editors who will go over every frame of footage to condense hours of nakedness into a 30-minute show, with the naughty bits blurred out to keep the show’s maturity rating below the Hustler level.

When a person signs on to appear on Dating Naked, they’re taking enormous risks. But those risks are pretty obvious.

For one, a whole lotta people are gonna see you naked. If there’s even one mistake, one innocent error, a whole lot more people are gonna see you naked.

And what if any of the raw footage leaks onto the forever Internet? Game over for whatever might be left of your privacy and dignity.

The risks weren’t obvious to Jessie Nizewitz, 28. Her naughty bits weren’t blurred for a couple of seconds that aired. So she wants an apology, and by the way, millions of dollars. Because of all the hurt it caused her.

Jessie Nizewitz, 28, says she was repeatedly promised by the producers that her private parts would be “blurred out” during the show’s third episode in May.

So she stripped down to her birthday suit with wet beach sand covering parts of her body and performed a WWE-style wrestling move on her date while the producers egged her on, according to the $10 million suit filed in Manhattan by her high- powered lawyer, Matthew Blit.

“I felt lied to, manipulated and used. I was horrified,” Nizewitz told The Post, explaining that she was brought to tears.

When the episode aired on July 31, Nizewitz became the butt of jokes on YouTube, Twitter and Tumblr, the papers state.

“…butt of jokes…” We see what you did there, New York Post.

Even the runway model’s family caught an eyeful.

“My grandma saw it. I saw her this week and she didn’t have much to say to me. She’s probably mad. My parents are just annoyed,” Nizewitz lamented.

She says that the seconds of accidental clarity cost her a budding relationship with a boyfriend. Seeing her prancing around butt naked but mostly blurred on national TV — not a problem!

“He never called me again after the show aired. I would have hoped we could have had a long-term relationship. He was employed, Jewish, in his 30s and that’s pretty much ideal,” Nizewitz said.

You know what’s not ideal? Starting off a relationship with a lovely young woman who you really like, only to turn on the TV and see that she’s willing to romp around naked in front of her grandma and your family and everyone else, for a few thousand bucks.

To some people — horrible prudes stuck in the Victorian era, no doubt — that might even be a deal-breaker.

Bryan Preston has been a leading conservative blogger and opinionator since founding his first blog in 2001. Bryan is a military veteran, worked for NASA, was a founding blogger and producer at Hot Air, was producer of the Laura Ingraham Show and, most recently before joining PJM, was Communications Director of the Republican Party of Texas.
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Bryan, there will probably be a reality show built on lawsuits brought by people who had their privates unblurred.

Quibbles and Bits.

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It's hard to imagine naked wrestling on a date as anything but a sexual act. And it's hard to call a sexual act for employment anything but prostitution. If her family and boyfriend are sensible, their critical view of this behavior was not that the blur on her private parts was imperfect, but that her choices were shameful.

Like many lawsuits, it all boils down to a combination of greed and someone refusing to accept personal responsibility.

Anyway, viewers knew what was under those blurs, so I fail to see how the show caused her any actual damage.
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Wait, she was on a naked dating show. On a date. Naked. Performing some wrestling moves on some guy not her boyfriend.
And now she is upset because that nice Jewish boyfriend dumped her.
And she thinks it's because her naughty bits were accidentally shown without a blur. I guess the whole thing would have been OK otherwise.

You know, I think her law suit has merit. The producers are clearly guilty of cruelty to animals. Or is it cruelty to vegetables?
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Kids, is there something cynical and aghast about Jessie’s comments here? On one hand Jessie is horrified that the world got to see her crotch but on the other hand she was fine with traipsing about in the buff live on set for you and me to imagine to our heart’s content. Yet what might be more stifling is if Jessie Nizewitz is so offended by the resulting image, surely she must have had an inkling of an idea going to the nypost to talk shop about her crotch shot would only lead to every 17 year old boy in the Northern Hemisphere quickly googling Jessie Nizewetz crotch shot....

http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2014/08/nsfw-jessie-nizewitz-dating-naked-reality-star-sues-over-crotch-shot/
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In other news, art justifies stripping citizens of their cell phones: http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20140717-dont-film-me-naked.

Because art.
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Bryan, there will probably be a reality show built on lawsuits brought by people who had their privates unblurred.

Quibbles and Bits.

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First, those few moments of clarity very probably were NOT an editing mistake; there are such things as previews.

Second, her nice Jewish boyfriend probably dumped her for even considering appearing on such a raunchy show, not because someone made an editing "mistake". Didn't she discuss it with him beforehand?

This woman is either a liar, or as dumb as a fencepost. But she had a smart boyfriend.
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"This woman is either a liar, or as dumb as a fencepost."

Yes, I don't see another possiblity. I vote for the latter.

" But she had a smart boyfriend"

Not necessarily. He could also be dumb as a fencepost, but still have decent moral values. That's all he would need to drop her like a hot rock.

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Wow. That show was #2 on Idiocracy after "Ow, My B###s".
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Now I have to explain to coworkers why I am laughing out loud in an otherwise quiet office...pretty funny Bryan!
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That awkward moment when there is nothing left to do but biotch slap someone and say" wtf" is wrong with you.
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I'm reminded of a woman who joined the support staff of Friends and filed a suit claiming that the show's writing process created a hostile work atmosphere. Seems the raunchy nature of the show's attitude toward sex offended her and she heard some of it being created.
What did she expect? That a show with a strong sexual element would censor its production process when she was around?
Or how the last ten or twelve bachelors/bachelorettes "...never knew it would be so hard to choose..."
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Wait, she was on a naked dating show. On a date. Naked. Performing some wrestling moves on some guy not her boyfriend.
And now she is upset because that nice Jewish boyfriend dumped her.
And she thinks it's because her naughty bits were accidentally shown without a blur. I guess the whole thing would have been OK otherwise.

You know, I think her law suit has merit. The producers are clearly guilty of cruelty to animals. Or is it cruelty to vegetables?
3 weeks ago
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It's hard to imagine naked wrestling on a date as anything but a sexual act. And it's hard to call a sexual act for employment anything but prostitution. If her family and boyfriend are sensible, their critical view of this behavior was not that the blur on her private parts was imperfect, but that her choices were shameful.

Like many lawsuits, it all boils down to a combination of greed and someone refusing to accept personal responsibility.

Anyway, viewers knew what was under those blurs, so I fail to see how the show caused her any actual damage.
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