is a reality dating show where two naked-ass people go on a date with each other. Ashley and sexual healer Alika, who met in this episode, are going to be getting married on a televised Naked Wedding special in September.
Then they each date two more naked people, and all of them hang out between dates in a resort that's presumably lousy with butt prints.
Breaking plates around naked people.[There was a video here] Ashley is an art therapist, but while breaking plates may calm her unsteady soul out here in real life nothing is less welcome around a genital than an airborne razor-sharp shard of broken glass. What chance do a pair of normal bros have against a surfing shaman who can channel the omnipotent healing energies of the universe via his dick, fingertips and butt hole? And I took this experience as a personal challenge, like, Look, I can get naked and be on television with no makeup and take the judgments that are going to come based off of what I'm doing and be OK with myself and who I am and still feel beautiful, despite what some people may think. I mean, it's going to be naked — it's a naked wedding. We all wore clothing and disrobed for the ceremony. I did wear a naked wedding dress, I guess you could say. I wore a dress that was a good representation of my spirit animal. It was more comfortable for the other dates because you slowly get used to the fact that you're nude and there's a big production going on around you. When you're talking to Alika and he says he's a sexual healer, what went through your mind? But I felt a little bit bad for him watching the episode.My good friend designed a beautiful piece for me to wear — I had to have a dress, I couldn't let go of that idea. But initially I was still a little skeptical, like "What am I doing here? I would like to rephrase the terminology and instead of saying "sexual healer," it's actually called ] Sexual healer, that goes along with the Marvin Gaye song, that was the tune that started going through my head. Greg does have a really sensitive, soft, compassionate side that I don't feel was 100 percent there for people to see.That was kind of the theme song for the island for the rest of my time there. He has actually had some experience with a few other reality television shows, and being that this was my first time on a reality set, there was moment where I was like, "Oh my god, this is intense, there's 25 cameras," and he leveled with me and said, "I understand what you're feeling," and he made me feel a lot more calm. I was making fun of his penis size also in good humor.But, yeah, I did not know that [profession] existed, I did not know what it was; that was the first time that I'd ever heard anything of that nature. I had a feeling the bush comment was going to come out, so … You're naked, you've got to make light of it a little bit.