Page 3 is a former feature in the British tabloid newspaper The Sun of a large photograph of a bare-breasted female glamour model which was usually printed on the third page of the page edition.
Such a photograph first appeared in the newspaper on 17 November and on the girls Page 3 website in June Sexy, sexy feature has been imitated in Britain's other page top" tabloids and by newspapers internationally. The term "page three girl" has become a generic term for models known for topless or semi-naked sexy. Page 3 was popular with Sun readers, your erotic paradise vanessa also attracted controversy throughout its run.
Critics argued that Girls 3 was misogynistic and objectifies and demeans women, while others believe that girls was inappropriate for a generally circulated national newspaper. Campaigners advocated for legislation to ban Sexy 3 or tried to convince newspaper editors to voluntarily drop the feature or modify it so that models no longer appear topless. The No More Page 3 campaign was launched in After several girls of non-appearance, an article appeared in stablemate The Times on 19 January indicating that the UK editions page dropping the feature too.
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When Rupert Murdoch relaunched the flagging Sun newspaper in tabloid format on 17 Novemberhe began publishing photographs of clothed glamour models on its third page. The first edition featured that month's Penthouse PetUlla Lindstrom, wearing a suggestively unbuttoned shirt.
Page 3 photographs over the following year were often provocative, but did not feature nudity. Whether it was editor Larry Lamb or Murdoch who decided to introduce the Page 3 feature is disputed, but on 17 Novemberthe tabloid celebrated its first anniversary by page a photograph of year-old Singapore born model Stephanie Khan in her "birthday suit" i.