Regardless of how you politicise the debate over objectification what is obvious to most people is that Page 3 has served a purpose in popularising The Sun in the 70s and 80s, but is now of another time.
I looked at the Page 3 girls and hoped I'd look like Linda Lusardi when I was older. I blushed when various family members and friends would comment on my body - no part of it was left unscrutinised by the people that surrounded me, male and female. I'd say that started around the age of eight.
And triangular flapjacks: They were in favour of beer mugs with handles: And the end of the archaic principle of male primogeniture
Since Judy Finnigan's wardrobe malfunction at the National Television Awards, I'm pretty sure she's gone about her day without men pulling open her dress, juggling her jubblies and cheerily reassuring her, "everyone's seen them anyway".
Yes, I Was a Glamour Model, But Do I Have to Be Defined By This Sexed-Up Image of My Eighteen-Year-Old Self Forever?
It dwells on me as I stare at the Internet version of myself, I don't want to delete my past entirely... People change. People can be more than one thing. We all deserve 'the right to be forgotten' not to censor our mistakes, so our Google personas don't solely dictate who we are. I guess writing about reinvention is the easy part; it's fighting for it in reality that's the challenge.
'It's Better Than Scraping By On Minimum Wage': Mother-Of-Two Is Selling Sex To Pay Back 36DD NHS Breast Enlargement
Josie Cunningham incurred the wrath of the nation when she revealed she’d had a £4,800 tax payer-funded breast enlargement
An aspiring glamour model who had her breasts enlarged on the NHS has thanked Britain’s taxpayers, claiming: “I couldn’t
UPDATE: Aspiring Glamour Model Thanks Taxpayer For Funding £4,800 NHS Boob Job... As She Poses Topless An aspiring glamour
Bailey regularly appears on Red Light Central TV "It was just financially viable to continue. Paul's fine with it and I come
A 23-year-old glamour model, who admitted falsely claiming over £16,000 on benefits, has avoided jail. Mum-of-two Kirsty
I know you'll have heard in the news about women stripping/posing/glamour modelling their way through university and how this makes them "empowered women". I also believe that in your private moments, unfilled with noise and devoid of delusions, you know this is wrong.
If you thought you'd seen the last of Jodie Marsh and her 32-GG talents, think again. The 'Celebrity' Big Brother contestant
A glamour model who pleaded guilty to illegally claiming more than Â£7,000 in benefits while presenting raunchy television