They’re not taking the SJWs’ latest victory lying down, it would seem:
Page 3 girls have led the backlash against The Sun’s decision to end its topless tradition, claiming the move has been “dictated by comfy shoe-wearing, no bra-wearing, man-haters”.
Model Rhian Sugden, 28, criticised at the move, suggesting it was “only a matter of time” before everything they did was dictated by such people.
Former glamour model Jodie Marsh insisted that “telling girls they shouldn’t do Page 3 is not being a feminist”.
She said she “loved” posing for Page 3 and that it made her feel powerful and earned her good money.
“Women should empower and encourage other women,” she wrote on Twitter. “For that is the only way to truly be ‘equal’ and have rights…”
She said campaigners should focus on more important issues that affect women, such as female genital mutilation.
Former glamour model Nicola McLean said she did not think Page 3 was a “sexual equality” issue.
She told ITV’s Good Morning Britain: “It has been going for many years, which is one of the reasons I feel so sad that it has seemingly come to an end.
“I don’t think it is outdated. I think the girls still look fantastic on the page, they still clearly enjoy what they are doing, people still want to see it.