No More Page 3

Why I'll Never Stop Being an Opinionated Woman

Sally Biddall | Posted 23.01.2015 | UK
Sally Biddall

I will always support a woman's right to do what she wants with her body. Just please, don't do it and call it news. So excuse me if I don't stop being an opinionated woman. Sorry if I don't burn my Sociology Degree certificate (along with the bras, of course) because my feminism offends you.

Four Things People Keep Getting Wrong About the Page 3 Debate

Laura M. Bell | Posted 26.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Laura M. Bell

Institutionalised sexism is dangerous because it assimilates into our culture to the point that we don't see it anymore, and conforming to the dominant narrative ends up being mistaken for a choice.

Why Page 3 and Charlie Hebdo Are Not the Same

Sam Fowles | Posted 23.01.2015 | UK
Sam Fowles

Platform is valuable commodity and the supply of privileged platforms far outstrips demand. This is precisely because very few people have the former while almost everyone has, at some point, availed themselves of one of the latter.

Ladies Who Impress Say #NoMorePage3

Jana Bakunina | Posted 23.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jana Bakunina

Back when I signed the petition a couple of years ago, I imagined my goddaughter, who turned five last week, growing up, coming across The Sun one day and wondering why a mainstream newspaper would display a photo like that.

To Page 3 or Not to Page 3: What Does This Mean for Female Nudity?

Ellie Holland | Posted 22.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Ellie Holland

I have no doubt that many Page 3 models enjoy what they do but they are not really exploring in different types of sexiness nor are they challenging what it means to be a woman. That's not being a 'hater' or a 'jealous cow'- that' just stating a fact.

Page 3 Isn't Just Harmless Fun and Today The Sun Proved It

Kat Lister | Posted 22.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Kat Lister

It's smug, it's nasty, it's a publicity triumph. It also reaffirms what campaigners have always said about Page 3: That The Sun's loyalty to Page 3 is a commitment to disempowering women under the guise of that age-old defence of sexism: "it's just harmless fun".

The Problem with the Page 3 'Model'

Neely Reyes | Posted 22.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Neely Reyes

Before anyone suggests it - no I'm not a prude and I'm certainly not offended by the sight of a pair of breasts, I'm more offended by what the Page 3 girls represented to young females, particularly when it comes to describing them as 'models'.

The Sun's Page 3 U-Turn Is a Step Forward for Women

Brogan Driscoll | Posted 22.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Brogan Driscoll

While we may have no power on the decision to kill off Page 3, public opinion is everything. There is arguably far greater power in influencing the mood around representations of women in media. And this has certainly happened.

I Am a Smelly Pirate Hooker and I Support No More Page 3

Samantha Rea | Posted 22.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Samantha Rea

Men who wouldn't win a prize at Crufts feel entitled to judge the appearance of women and find them lacking, as if they've wilfully failed to conform to conventional standards of beauty out of spite. Men who might easily be mistaken for Dobby the House Elf, feel wronged when the office isn't staffed with eye candy of a standard they deem high enough.

Hurray! The Sun Dropped Page 3, Kinda...

Hannah Bullivant | Posted 21.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Hannah Bullivant

Taking the bare boobs out of The Sun is a momentous step in the right direction. But let's not dance in the street just yet (maybe just a few fireworks and a glass of bubbly?). We're not done people.

The No More Page 3 Campaign Is a Victory for Free Speech But Not For Feminism

Robert Sharp | Posted 21.01.2015 | UK
Robert Sharp

At first blush, the success of the No More Page 3 campaign does not look like a victory for free speech. After all, a thing that was being published, is no longer being published. The prudish censors have prevailed, right? Look again... Is the absence of naked breasts from Page 3 a victory for feminism, though? I worry that it is not.

19 Times The Sun's Page 3 Solved The World's Problems

The Huffington Post UK | Ryan Barrell | Posted 22.01.2015 | UK

With news of The Sun reportedly dropping topless ladies from Page 3, we thought it would be appropriate to take a moment and remember some of the insp...

No More Page 3 Is a Huge Achievement - But There's Still a Long Way to Go

Morgan Goodsell | Posted 21.01.2015 | UK Universities & Education
Morgan Goodsell

I babysat a young girl last year where a copy of the Sun had been left open on a coffee table. When she saw page 3 she looked at me and asked if the image was what boobs are meant for! But while it's great that topless women have been taken out of the Sun, there is still a long way to go.

No More Page 3 - Is This Really a Step Forward for Society?

Keeley Hazell | Posted 21.01.2015 | UK Entertainment
Keeley Hazell

We receive mixed messages and begin to think that if you're sexy you can't be smart. Therefore we don't want to be viewed as sexy because we believe it disregards our intellectual abilities. But is avoiding sexuality and getting rid of things like Page 3 the answer to our problem? Or is it just repressing sexuality?

The Sun Replaces Topless Page 3 Girls... With Celebrities In Bikinis

The Huffington Post UK | Brogan Driscoll | Posted 20.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle

When the rumour mill started churning on Monday evening that The Sun may have dropped it's topless Page 3 feature after a 44-year run, we almost explo...

Revealed: How The Sun Solved Its Page 3 Problem

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 20.01.2015 | UK Comedy

An internal memo obtained for HuffPost UK Comedy by David Schneider and David Beresford reveals how The Sun made the decision to axe Page Three... ...

Here's Evidence That The Sun Is Still Full Of Tits

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 20.01.2015 | UK Comedy

Yes, The Sun may have dropped Page Three. But it's still full of tits... ...

The Sun Has Dropped Page 3 Topless Pictures

The Huffington Post UK | Louise Ridley | Posted 22.01.2015 | UK

UPDATE: 'More Fun Than The Sun!' Daily Star Gleefully Hijacks 'Page 3' Jodie Marsh Leads Page 3 Backlash: 'Telling Girls Not To Do It Is Not Being ...

This 'Alternative Page 3' Is Way Better Than The Sun's Version

The Huffington Post UK | Rachel Moss | Posted 08.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle

The No More Page 3 campaign asking the Sun to ditch their pictures of topless women has gained momentum in the last year, but do we need to scrap the ...

Guess Who Won The 'Sexist Of The Year' Award

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 18.12.2014 | UK Lifestyle

The Sun's editor David Dinsmore has been named 2014's 'Sexist of the Year', following an annual poll run by the feminist coalition End Violence Agains...

A New Low for The Sun

Stephanie Davies-Arai | Posted 07.02.2015 | UK
Stephanie Davies-Arai

Many people will look at today's Page 3 - described by the Official Page 3 on Twitter as 'seriously sexy' - and feel uncomfortable about the inclusion of a picture of an innocent baby. It is the Sun newspaper which needs to be held to account for being the first to include a picture of a newborn in a sexualised soft porn image. A new line has been crossed and it represents a disturbing new low for the British press.

What Happens When You Cut Out Every Man And Woman From The Sun For 6 months

The Huffington Post UK | Louise Ridley | Posted 02.12.2014 | UK

The campaigners behind No More Page 3 have been busy cutting out pictures of every man and every woman in The Sun over the last six months. They co...

No More Page 3 Want A Christmas No.1 Single (And We Hope They Get It)

The Huffington Post UK | Rachel Moss | Posted 27.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle

Since Rage Against The Machine beat Joe McElderry to Christmas number one back in 2009, beating the X Factor offering has become the ultimate challeng...

Jeremy Clarkson's Daughter Says Topless Models Are Good For Body Image

The Huffington Post UK | Rachel Moss | Posted 24.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle

Jeremy Clarkson is well-known for his controversial views and his daughter Emily seems to be a chip off the old block. Just days after Tesco announ...

Objectification Does Not Promote Fitness

Lisa Clarke | Posted 04.12.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Clarke

With a health service that is more under threat than ever, physical fitness is a useful and helpful thing to promote. promote. The more we as individuals can do to look after our own health, the better it will be both for us and for society as a whole.