A children's TV show about a man whose unnaturally long and magic penis gets him into all sorts of trouble is "very Danish" and nothing to fret over, says a TV critic who watched every episode. The claymation show John Dillermand, which airs on the Danish public broadcaster , is aimed at children ages four through eight. So far, it's proved popular. But, according to the Guardian , it's also causing a stir in the country among those who think it's inappropriate for young people, or that it sends the wrong message in the Me Too era.
John Dillermand — which roughly translates to 'John Wienerman' — is sparking controversy in Denmark
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