Unusual Danish Childrens TV

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Couldn't read too much of the article as it's a proper SJW-fest, but yeah, I don't care where you're from - that's weird.
 

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Ha, my girlfriend showed me this yesterday (she's Danish). I think it's crazy personally.
His name literally means "John Willyman"..

I think it does project adult themes onto children far too young, but maybe I'm just old fashioned..
 
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Ha, my girlfriend showed me this yesterday (she's Danish). I think it's crazy personally.
His name literally means "John Willyman"..

I think it does project adult themes onto children far too young, but maybe I'm just old fashioned..

They have different values you can say really rude words in Danish that when translated into English would be starred out here, there its just everyday speech for everyone and no-one thinks anything of it. Odd but there you are.
 
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Just my 2p worth but back in 1978 you could go virtually anywhere in Europe and hardcore porn magazines were on the shelves in their newsagents.
You could easily find cinemas showing proper stuff which for a 20 year old was awesome.
I can definitely vouch for France, Spain, Switzerland, Portugal and Holland so I can't see Denmark were any different, it was only here in the UK where this type of stuff was kept from us and to be honest we're still stuck up when it comes to that sort of thing.
 
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Just my 2p worth but back in 1978 you could go virtually anywhere in Europe and hardcore porn magazines were on the shelves in their newsagents.
You could easily find cinemas showing proper stuff which for a 20 year old was awesome.
I can definitely vouch for France, Spain, Switzerland, Portugal and Holland so I can't see Denmark were any different, it was only here in the UK where this type of stuff was kept from us and to be honest we're still stuck up when it comes to that sort of thing.

Yet we still have some of the highest teenage pregnancy rates in Europe, with the Danes having some of the lowest.
 
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I know Scandinavians have a different perspective when it comes to the human body and sexuality. But I wonder the motive of the guy who created this programme. What is the point in it?
 
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They have different values you can say really rude words in Danish that when translated into English would be starred out here, there its just everyday speech for everyone and no-one thinks anything of it. Odd but there you are.


Dutch too. When I first moved to Holland and listened to the Dutch radio stations I was amazed at the language they use, they're completely indifferent towards profanity.
 
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Yet we still have some of the highest teenage pregnancy rates in Europe, with the Danes having some of the lowest.


and that's the reason why, we've never been open about sex like most of the EU countries have.
Back in 2008 to 2010 I used to take classes of Year 10 and 11 female students and they were clueless about sexual issues.
Example - one 15 year old girl admitted to having unprotected sex so I had to arrange with her school to have a morning after pill.
She left in a taxi and the rest of the girls (around 34 of them) started to laugh and joke about it when one girl said "I don't know what her problem is , you need to have sex 10 times before you can get pregnant".
I asked the whole class if any of them believed it took 10 times but most agreed on 3 or 5, there was only one girl who said 'once'.
I also asked how long did they think the penis had to be up there and all of them except the one girl above said 'a long time'. The girl said it could take a second and she just happened to be Spanish.
I had to write to the 6 different schools they all came from to tell the head teachers what I'd heard.
 
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I also asked how long did they think the penis had to be up there and all of them except the one girl above said 'a long time'. The girl said it could take a second and she just happened to be Spanish.

That reflects pretty badly on Spanish men's lovemaking, in my opinion.
 
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