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Todd Simpson
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This show is getting a LOT of buzz on the interwebs. It's a DANISH show for kids featuring a man with a striped tail? I got a huge kick out of the trailer.

BEN: Have you seen this?
EDIT:" Trailer removed in case it's offensive to folks.

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So, first of all, I'll just say that it's not his...tail. "Dillermand" is a children slang-word for penis. Then we'll see where this topic goes and Kris can decide what to do with it.

It has got some critics, because it's about a guy who has a very long dillermand, and in some situations he can't control it. That kinda creates a narrative a lot of people are not a fan of, however... it is a children's show, but people are pointing to the fact that it could teach children some "wrong" behaviours.

It's been out for a bit, probably since autumn 2020 if not longer, and I'm not sure if they continue to air it. It's funny to see the reaction from people more so than the show itself, I think, as it's very much different to something shown in the US maybe.



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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Jul 19 2021, 06:07 PM) *
This show is getting a LOT of buzz on the interwebs. It's a DANISH show for kids featuring a man with a striped tail? I got a huge kick out of the trailer.

BEN: Have you seen this?

That's perverse. Why would you post something like that here? You got issues, man. As does anyone who tries to rationalize it as being appropriate for children.

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QUOTE (AK Rich @ Jul 20 2021, 09:40 PM) *
That's perverse. Why would you post something like that here? You got issues, man. As does anyone who tries to rationalize it as being appropriate for children.


I think in many ways Denmark in general might be more "liberated" in terms of what is shown and what isn't on TV. Now, I'm not deciding on this one. They've consulted child psychologists and other experts before airing it, and it is supposedly more about accepting differences and different types of bodies, and it has opened up a lot of discussion between kids and their parents about bodies and how to behave, which might not be a bad thing.

Found this link which explains the two sides:

https://www.distractify.com/p/danish-cartoon-john-dillermand

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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Jul 20 2021, 11:07 AM) *
I think in many ways Denmark in general might be more "liberated" in terms of what is shown and what isn't on TV. Now, I'm not deciding on this one. They've consulted child psychologists and other experts before airing it, and it is supposedly more about accepting differences and different types of bodies, and it has opened up a lot of discussion between kids and their parents about bodies and how to behave, which might not be a bad thing.

Found this link which explains the two sides:

https://www.distractify.com/p/danish-cartoon-john-dillermand

Yeah, I heard all that in the interviews you posted. It's rubbish. There are far better ways to teach acceptance without being perverted.

QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Jul 20 2021, 11:07 AM) *
I think in many ways Denmark in general might be more "liberated" in terms of what is shown and what isn't on TV. Now, I'm not deciding on this one. They've consulted child psychologists and other experts before airing it, and it is supposedly more about accepting differences and different types of bodies, and it has opened up a lot of discussion between kids and their parents about bodies and how to behave, which might not be a bad thing.

Found this link which explains the two sides:

https://www.distractify.com/p/danish-cartoon-john-dillermand

Yeah, I heard all that in the interviews you posted. It's rubbish. There are far better ways to teach acceptance without being perverted.

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QUOTE (AK Rich @ Jul 20 2021, 10:36 PM) *
Yeah, I heard all that in the interviews you posted. It's rubbish. There are far better ways to teach acceptance without being perverted.


Yeah, I heard all that in the interviews you posted. It's rubbish. There are far better ways to teach acceptance without being perverted.


Also want to point out that it was aired on Danish national public TV called Denmarks Radio (public TV channel), so not an obscure channel or weird YouTube channel.

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Also, I want to point out that I don't think the show is about him doing anything bad directly. He ends up in embarrasing situations, apologizes, behaves and does the right thing and if someone tells him to put his "dillermand" away he will do so. I've only watched the first episode, mind you.

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Without condoning John Dillermand, there has been other crazy kids shows throughout time. Ren and Stimpy for instance, I remember watching that as a kid. Slightly different to John Dillermand, for sure, but still (YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED before you watch):

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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Jul 20 2021, 11:45 AM) *
EDIT2:
Without condoning John Dillermand, there has been other crazy kids shows throughout time. Ren and Stimpy for instance, I remember watching that as a kid. Slightly different to John Dillermand, for sure, but still (YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED

Many of the original episodes of Ren and Stimpy had to be edited because they weren't appropriate for children and when the show was rebranded, it carried a Mature Audiences rating which it should have carried all along.
Also the stories weren't always centered around male genitalia. John Dillermand is completely inappropriate for children, period. And any psychologists or so called experts that say it is appropriate should seek a refund on their education.

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QUOTE (AK Rich @ Jul 21 2021, 03:13 AM) *
Many of the original episodes of Ren and Stimpy had to be edited because they weren't appropriate for children and when the show was rebranded, it carried a Mature Audiences rating which it should have carried all along.
Also the stories weren't always centered around male genitalia. John Dillermand is completely inappropriate for children, period. And any psychologists or so called experts that say it is appropriate should seek a refund on their education.


Still though, I don't know at what age kids get exposed to things on the internet that are maybe more graphic and possible inappropriate for younger kids. There was no internet when I was a kid, well, we didn't have internet till I was around 12. I'm not sure how easy it is for say an 8 year old to stumble upon something, but then again, there's a difference between stumbling and turning on the TV. Then again, I think kids are just watching it for the "funny" value. What the consequences are in the long run I don't know. But from what I know about the show (and what is being said in it in Danish) it's not as in that he's doing anything inappropriate or sexual in any way whatsoever, no real innuendos, such as were seen in Ren and Stimpy at times. I haven't watched more than one episode though as well as having read about it.



Without saying if it's wrong or right, I think it could be worse if he did inappropriate sexual things. Yes, he will steal a vase, cheat in a race, but then realize he's wrong and fix it again, it seems. I've been trying to find subtitles for the show, as I wanted to illustrate that the dialogue in itself is very innocent and harmless imo. But I can't find any videos with subtitles, however there's really nothing sexualising about it, and least of all for a 4-8 year old. To them it's likely just "silliness", however, yes, it can cause some issues further down the line maybe, in regards to what you are in control of. He's always learning to behave though.

All in all, I can't really decide my stance on it. Now I'm not keen on open nudity even in families myself, but it's not uncommon here, and people are quite relaxed in regards to that. It's a long topic to go over, I suppose. My concern is more so the impact it can have in boys going "well, I can't control this or that" and same for girls, as they are talking about a second season with a female lead character. The nudity is what it is, cause I would think any 4-8 year old here has seen another person's penis in a non-sexualised way, such as it is also portrayed in John Dillermand (and that is clothed too).

I think there has been more "clear" innuendos in cartoons, but that is down to us being adults and knowing what they are talking about between the lines, whereas kids won't. In the same way that John Dillermand is just silly to kids and nothing further than that in itself.



Also, apparently we also have a show on TV where everyday people (be that a body builder, trans person, overweight person or your average Joe) strips down completely in front of probably 10-12 year old kids and the kids get to ask any question they want. In a non-sexualized way. To kinda get more acceptance of differences and of their own body image, I suppose. You can find it from a google search with "Ultra Smider Tøjet" and then a link from dr.dk.
EDIT: Just watched a few episodes of "Ultra Smider Tøjet" and it was actually really good and interesting.

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I found it very creative and a fun show for kids. I didn't see it as "perverse" at all. Sadly, my country is VERY VERY VERY repressed and it comes out in some very negative ways. sometimes it even expresses itself in horrible violence towards people who are different. I do wish we had a bit more liberated society here were we could be body positive in a fun way, like this show is doing, without folks getting so judgemental. we are really good at being overly judgemental as a culture and rejecting, out of hand, anything we don't agree with or like. I hope our future is a better one.


QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Jul 20 2021, 09:51 PM) *
Still though, I don't know at what age kids get exposed to things on the internet that are maybe more graphic and possible inapualized way. To kinda get more acceptance of differences and of their own body image, I suppose. You can find it from a google search with "Ultra Smider Tøjet" and then a link from dr.dk.
EDIT: Just watched a few episodes of "Ultra Smider Tøjet" and it was actually really good and interesting.

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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Jul 20 2021, 08:40 PM) *
I found it very creative and a fun show for kids. I didn't see it as "perverse" at all. Sadly, my country is VERY VERY VERY repressed and it comes out in some very negative ways. sometimes it even expresses itself in horrible violence towards people who are different. I do wish we had a bit more liberated society here were we could be body positive in a fun way, like this show is doing, without folks getting so judgemental. we are really good at being overly judgemental as a culture and rejecting, out of hand, anything we don't agree with or like. I hope our future is a better one.

Every article I have found about it states that there is a great deal of backlash in Denmark concerning the show. So it's surely not just Americans who might think it's inappropriate, which of course it is.

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QUOTE (AK Rich @ Jul 21 2021, 08:20 AM) *
Every article I have found about it states that there is a great deal of backlash in Denmark concerning the show. So it's surely not just Americans who might think it's inappropriate, which of course it is.


Without having checked it seems a bit 50/50. However you can buy John Dillerman cakes and they're usually sold out, so it can't be completely bad for everything I suppose. Read through a couple of articles about how it was recieved and it seems its not all that bad. Sure, controversial and not a home run, but not so bad they decided to stop producing it. I think they did more episodes than the original 13.



Also from Danish newspapers (you will have to run them through I translator):

https://www.zetland.dk/historie/s81EM1EG-aO0E1wr0-ef4ca

https://ekstrabladet.dk/underholdning/filmo...t-klamt/8418540

https://underholdning.tv2.dk/2021-01-07-ude...at-dansk-boerne


As a response to those who are critical DR said this
https://www.dr.dk/nyheder/kultur/sjovt-elle...d-deler-vandene

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Having baked goods like that is a prime example. I can't see that happening here. but I'm glad it can happen somewhere smile.gif

QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Jul 21 2021, 02:39 AM) *
Without having checked it seems a bit 50/50. However you can buy John Dillerman cakes and they're usually sold out, so it can't be completely bad for everything I suppose. Read through a couple of articles about how it was recieved and it seems its not all that bad. Sure, controversial and not a home run, but not so bad they decided to stop producing it. I think they did more episodes than the original 13.




It seems like a positive show that has been well thought out by experts. However, everyone is entitled to their own view. Im glad that we have the forum so we can share views and get different perspectives smile.gif



QUOTE (AK Rich @ Jul 20 2021, 09:13 PM) *
Many of the original episodes of Ren and Stimpy had to be edited because they weren't appropriate for children and when the show was rebranded, it carried a Mature Audiences rating which it should have carried all along.
Also the stories weren't always centered around male genitalia. John Dillermand is completely inappropriate for children, period. And any psychologists or so called experts that say it is appropriate should seek a refund on their education.

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Ha, ha! This is great.
As an American who has traveled and worked abroad a lot, I can say that we are the most provincial and prudish nation I've ever been too. I haven't visited Saudi Arabia so yeah, we're probably in second place. My 12 year old boy has spent about a month every summer on beaches in Italy and France (I know, life is tough). Naked boobs everywhere. Tons of kids of all ages. Nobody stares, nobody comments - even privately. It's no big deal. It's analogous to their alcohol consumption; it's always available and cheap. And yet both Italy and France have some of the lowest levels of alcoholism and alcohol abuse on the planet, not too mention pretty low mortality rates too.

It's a goofy, striped and ridiculously long cartoon penis. Any normal 6 year old knows it's not 'real'.

PS, I also let my kid play 1st person shooter video games and big surprise ... he doesn't really want to actually kill anybody or any thing.

Cartoon dick, cartoon gun - they're the same.

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I've added some links to my last post about the reception here in Denmark. You will have to run them through a translator of course.

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Well said smile.gif It never occurred to me that this short trailer might be this controversial. Then again, I probably should have expected it to some degree. It's good to have different views on things and Im glad we can share them.

QUOTE (klasaine @ Jul 21 2021, 03:30 AM) *
Ha, ha! This is great.
As an American who has traveled and worked abroad a lot, I can say that we are the most provincial and prudish nation I've ever been too. I haven't visited Saudi Arabia so yeah, we're probably in second place. My 12 year old boy has spent about a month every summer on beaches in Italy and France (I know, life is tough). Naked boobs everywhere. Tons of kids of all ages. Nobody stares, nobody comments - even privately. It's no big deal. It's analogous to their alcohol consumption; it's always available and cheap. And yet both Italy and France have some of the lowest levels of alcoholism and alcohol abuse on the planet, not too mention pretty low mortality rates too. It's a goofy, striped and ridiculously long cartoon penis. Any normal 6 year old knows it's not 'real'.

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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Jul 20 2021, 10:31 PM) *
I've added some links to my last post about the reception here in Denmark. You will have to run them through a translator of course.

After translating and reading the articles and response from DR. I see that there is indeed a great deal of backlash from Danish parents AND other experts for various reasons. That says alot considering how liberated Denmark is supposed to be. Again, there are far better ways to teach acceptance without being perverted and desensitizing children.

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QUOTE (AK Rich @ Jul 21 2021, 08:44 PM) *
After translating and reading the articles and response from DR. I see that there is indeed a great deal of backlash from Danish parents AND other experts for various reasons. That says alot considering how liberated Denmark is supposed to be. Again, there are far better ways to teach acceptance without being perverted and desensitizing children.


There are plenty positive comments about it too. Depends what you mean with "great deal", I suppose. There are plenty positives too - in comment sections and other places, also in the articles. Sure, some backlash, but that's what a controversial and progressive show (even cartoon) gets you.

But what is the perversion exactly though? Is that seeing it through the eyes of a 4-8 year old (who I don't think sees anything as perverted) or through the eyes of an adult who knows and experiences things in a different way. Can it be used by adults to do bad things? Maybe, but so can many things though, be that candy or cartoons from the 90's. I don't really see it as perversion, as there's nothing sexualising in it in the show.

Now, I'm not saying the program can't have bad effects in different areas, as I've mentioned, but that children see different bodies (and in this case a clothed body part that is not sexualised in the program) I see no problem with in regards to accepting themselves and their differences. If it's the best way? I don't know. I think it's beneficial to see that not everyone is the same but that we're all equal (more so related to the Ultra Smider Tøjet (Ultra Strips Down) show though), that we're not teaching picture perfectness through Instagram and Facebook and so on. Again nothing sexualising in it, but rather just creating some good talks, questions etc.

Obviously it's a sensitive topic no matter what, but kids see different types of naked bodies in the showers at the public indoor swimming pool and likely in many other places. Whether TV is the best place for it? Who knows, but it reaches a broader audience for better or worse.

So yes, there are issues, but for me nudity is not a problem. And I don't even like nudity unless I'm in the shower, but that's my personal problem!

Here's a link to a cartoon from Denmark from probably the 90's, also airing on DR. 9 minute mark is the "interesting" part in relation to this discussion: https://youtu.be/LowYG0OArj4?t=512

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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Jul 21 2021, 10:11 AM) *
There are plenty positive comments about it too. Depends what you mean with "great deal", I suppose. There are plenty positives too - in comment sections and other places, also in the articles. Sure, some backlash, but that's what a controversial and progressive show (even cartoon) gets you.

But what is the perversion exactly though? Is that seeing it through the eyes of a 4-8 year old (who I don't think sees anything as perverted) or through the eyes of an adult who knows and experiences things in a different way. Can it be used by adults to do bad things? Maybe, but so can many things though, be that candy or cartoons from the 90's. I don't really see it as perversion, as there's nothing sexualising in it in the show.

Now, I'm not saying the program can't have bad effects in different areas, as I've mentioned, but that children see different bodies (and in this case a clothed body part that is not sexualised in the program) I see no problem with in regards to accepting themselves and their differences. If it's the best way? I don't know. I think it's beneficial to see that not everyone is the same but that we're all equal (more so related to the Ultra Smider Tøjet (Ultra Strips Down) show though), that we're not teaching picture perfectness through Instagram and Facebook and so on. Again nothing sexualising in it, but rather just creating some good talks, questions etc.

Obviously it's a sensitive topic no matter what, but kids see different types of naked bodies in the showers at the public indoor swimming pool and likely in many other places. Whether TV is the best place for it? Who knows, but it reaches a broader audience for better or worse.

So yes, there are issues, but for me nudity is not a problem. And I don't even like nudity unless I'm in the shower, but that's my personal problem!

Here's a link to a cartoon from Denmark from probably the 90's, also airing on DR. 9 minute mark is the "interesting" part in relation to this discussion: https://youtu.be/LowYG0OArj4?t=512

You said yourself you thought it was 50/50. That's a great deal of people, enough to get a show canceled. If not, I am sure that many parents will not allow their children to see it.

A children's show where a man does tricks with enormous genitalia is perverted the way I see it and can easily be misunderstood by 4 to 8 yr Olds. That's my view and it looks like I am far from alone, even in Denmark.

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That's perverse. Why would you post something like that here? You got issues, man. As does anyone who tries to rationalize it as being appropriate for children.

as someone that works with kids and needs to yearly take a refresher course about abuse and it's signs, these are classic grooming signs to sexualize children. Get them used to it, a man walks out of the shower and lets his towels 'accidentally' slip or walks out naked and has the excuse ' he did not know' anyone was home. So when 'Children's shows' start the grooming process and society says nothing .. Hold on to your seats

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I don't think ayone here is in favor of anything that would harm children in any way. I am certainly against harming innocents in any way. This is just a kids show in another country. It's not shown here. It seemed well done and thoughtful and Id read that it was approved by a host of child psychologists. I'm glad we can all express our thoughts in the forum but I think we are on the same page in terms of not wanting any harm to come to children.

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