Only on the set of magazine, suggesting nudity "allows people to get into deeper conversation." According to Paffrath, "It's more difficult to present yourself in a certain light and fake it …
is a show that "explores the art of romance, free of preconceived notions, stereotypes — and clothes," so it's about more than than just hoping the audience sticks around for the un-blurred butts.
That sounds lovely, but the showrunners aren't naive about what draws the audience in the first place.
BUT as I had feared, he was anything but a rich businessman trying to spoil me rotten.
He was just a lonely traveling salesman with no money and a wife who didn’t “understand” him. Partly because I’m getting bored with the Brad Pitt clone, and partly because everyone on this blog thing has been so nice to me. And I promise to try a more normal service this time like Match or something.
We still had a nice dinner and we talked for a bit about his personal problems, but that was about it.