Retrieved from " https: Clare Short thought that the dropping of topless photographs on Page 3 of The Sun "is an important public victory for dignity. Some campaigners sought legislation to have Page 3 banned. This section needs expansion. When Rupert Murdoch relaunched the flagging Sun newspaper in tabloid format on 17 Novemberhe began publishing photographs of clothed glamour models on its third page in a move intended to help the paper compete with its principal rival, the Daily Mirrorwhich was printing photos of women in lingerie or bikinis. While defending it from criticism, he said: Spartak risked backlash from their fans, but the stunning blonde decided to share the image with her huge army of Instagram followers on Monday.
Spartak risked backlash from their fans, but the stunning blonde decided to share the image with her huge army of Instagram followers on Monday.
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Campaigns against Page 3 proved fruitless for many years, with The Sun often branding opponents of the feature, such as Labour MP Clare Shortas killjoys. Eighteen months earlier on Twitter Murdoch had suggested that it might be better to show "glamorous fashionistas" i. I started the week badly. Representatives of women's groups including Object and the End Violence Against Women Coalition argued that Page 3 was part of an endemic culture of tabloid sexism that routinely objectified and sexualised women. View this post on Instagram.