It Looks Like The Sun Has Finally Scrapped Its Page 3 Feature
After 44 years, The Sun newspaper has finally, but quietly, scrapped the archaic feature. We'll cheers to that.
After 44 years,The Sunnewspaper has finally, but quietly, binned its archaic Page 3 feature. We’ll cheers to that.
Reports suggest that we will no longer see topless models on page 3 of the tabloid. Though the rag hasn’t made an official statement, and refuses to comment on the lack of bare breasts on its page 3, the move was confirmed by its sister paper,The Times, which reports that Rupert Murdoch has signed off the decision.
Friday’s addition of the paper was the last to feature a topless model on that page with Monday’s issue having Rosie Huntington-Whiteley clad in lingerie instead.
So, we can’t get too excited. Page 3 will still feature scantily clad women on that specific page andThe Sunwill still run topless photos on page3.com. Not ideal, but at least it’s progress.
The Timesquotes a spokesman as saying: ‘Page 3 of The Sun is where it’s always been, between pages 2 and 4, and you can find Lucy from Warwick at Page3.com.’ And that’s as close to an official statement as we’ve got.
It’s thought that bosses atThe Sunare waiting to see how their readers react before committing to a complete abolishment of Page 3.
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