Yesterday — Aug. According to event organisers GoTopless. So why did so few British women get behind the cause yesterday and join forces to demand the same constitutional right as men to walk around in public baring their chests? Campaigning for equal rights on a wider level is, of course, crucial. All over the world women are unequal to men in endless ways. In the U.
We British are often stereotyped as being prudish and stoically reserved in all aspects of intimacy. As such, it may surprise non-natives to learn that for over four decades, one of the most popular newspapers in the entire country had a large picture of a topless woman on the third page for no other reason than that she was an attractive lady showing off her wobbly bits. Elsewhere, they also included a full spread picture of a nude blonde woman lying at the feet of the Rolling Stones. Over the coming months, the paper continued to periodically feature images of scantily clad women on its third page. In a time before this sort of thing was available to everyone at a click of a button, as you might expect, this greatly increasing readership amongst males. In fact, just one month after Lamb took over The Sun , readership had risen from , to 1. After one year, it had grown to two million. This went on to be one of its most popular issues up to that point.
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The Page 3 Girl, a feature of British tabloids for decades that allowed readers to turn the front page and stare at a topless woman over breakfast or on their commute to work, is getting covered up. The Daily Star, the final holdout in the market, has been trying a nipple-free Page 3 since the beginning of this month — although women still figure prominently on that page. Topless women on Page 3 have endured in British tabloids since the s, and are associated with The Sun, the Rupert Murdoch-owned paper with a circulation of about 1. The Sun reveled in the controversy around the images. Still, for many years, it helped propel celebrities like Samantha Fox, Katie Price and Linda Lusardi to stardom, and many women submitted pictures to the newspaper in the hope of being featured, Mr. Greenslade said. Members of the newsroom staff would scramble to help appraise the latest submissions, he added. Over time, the complaints of sexism became louder.