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The Long And The Short Of It: Are Some Schools Failing Our Girls With The Way They Police Skirt Length?
When I complained to the school, I was astonished that this position was defended under the guise of "we are just trying to protect the girls, as there are bad people out there". When I pointed out they were giving the message that their short skirts would make them somehow culpable if they did get attacked, they struggled to see the relationship.
I feel safe and liberated standing in front of a crowd topless. Its a way of reclaiming my body and sexuality. Free the Nipple is not about telling other women (or men) what to do, its about choice, body equality and perception.
The groundwork has been laid thoroughly by campaigners, charities, women's organisations and the like, who have worked tirelessly to change this situation, and yet there is still no means at all of holding the UK press to task for degrading, sexist or harmful reporting. Which leaves us wondering; is it time to update the Editors' Code?
The campaigners who claimed victory after the Sun newspaper dropped its Page 3 topless models are back. No More Page 3, which
The news that Playboy magazine may no longer feature nude models is no surprise. From next March, the print version of Playboy
3) THAT Katie Hopkins column The Sun published a column by Katie Hopkins advocating using gunships to stop migrants trying
Even Roy Greenslade, the media commentator who has not held back from criticism of The Sun in the past, praised the project
It's really odd, and really common, that people preface feminist statements with 'I'm not a feminist, but...' and I still don't understand why. Well actually I think I do, but I'm going to pretend I don't for the purposes of this argument for a minute...
The Sun sells just below two million copies a day Ironically, she did end up buying it in the later stages of the campaign
Women start fewer petitions on Change.org than men, but are much more successful at achieving their goal, the president of