The larger issues of food and shelter took over immediately.
But that doesn't mean she took baring her body lightly."My nickname was 'the nun' growing up.
I'm very old-fashioned in my morals." It took her about a year, she says, to decide to do the show.
Put "naked" in the title, bare bodies on the screen and watch what happens. Those in front of the cameras seem to figure out the sum is worth more than the private parts."I forgot I was naked," says Alison Teal, a surfer, survivalist and filmmaker who participated on Season 1 of Naked and Afraid.You forget about it, and then you're right back in it. They touch on things that in my experience would be on the third, fourth or fifth date: Their past, hurtful things.You'll hug someone and then it's like, 'Oh, that's your penis.'"She noticed that participants approach the let-it-all-hang-out situation in different ways. The baggage comes out a lot earlier."It helps that there are few distractions: No smartphones to tap on, no jewelry, cars or clothes to judge your partner by. People, when they hear Dating Naked, like maybe they think it's sexual, but it's not at all.She was born and raised in North Carolina and is one of triplets. And you know what that means: Copycats and clones were quickly ordered up.