It has been five years since The Sun decided to put an end to its iconic and infamous tradition of showing topless women on Page Three. For decades the debate raged over whether the practice objectified or celebrated women, and now Channel 4 is reopening that debate with a new documentary, Page Three: The Naked Truth. The film, which speaks to the likes of models Samantha Fox and Hannah Clayd, as well as anti-Page Three campaigners, comes 50 years after the tabloid first splashed a scantily-clad woman across its third page. But how did it start, and what caused The Sun to finally call it a day back in ? The Sun launched the concept in to compete with fellow red top the Daily Mirror, which was publishing pictures of women in bikinis and lingerie. The paper had been struggling, and owner Rupert Murdoch had relaunched it as a tabloid in November the previous year. The first edition featured Ulla Lindstrom wearing an unbuttoned shirt, and for its first year of existence the models were always clothed.
How did Page Three start?
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By Daily Mail Australia Reporter. She has pushed the envelope with her racy social media posts in the past. And Australian model Sahara Ray was at it again on Thursday when she recorded a topless video. The year-old just managed to cover her modesty with her hands as filmed her racy antics. Naked ambition! Australian model Sahara Ray just managed to cover her modesty while going topless in a very racy video on Thursday. The blonde bombshell covered her bottom half when she peeled her dress down in the clip, and she had her hair styled in pigtails. Sahara recently spoke out about being a victim of male predatory behaviour. She defiantly went on to state that her 'voice was important to address and express the subject and she would not be staying silent anymore'. Sahara initially discussed her experience with male predatory behaviour in an Instagram post last month.
Why did Page Three end?
By Erica Tempesta For Dailymail. Paulina Porizkova has once again looked back on her pre-pandemic vacation in Costa Rica with fondness while sharing a sizzling topless photo of herself at the villa where she had stayed. The year-old model took to Instagram on Wednesday to post a snapshot of herself posing in a pool with her hands covering her bare breasts. Her hair is damp, and she is sporting white string bikini bottoms while laughing at the camera. Along with the throwback picture, Paulina had a message for her online critics, explaining that her Instagram page is her 'house,' and if people don't like it, they should 'leave. I bare my soul and occasionally, the rest of me. Some, because you know who I am, and would like to be friends. Some of you are just curious.
Kate Moss's artistic topless editorials have become some of the most iconic images in the fashion world. But, apparently, as a young model starting out in the industry, she wasn't always comfortable with them. In a recent interview on Megyn Kelly Today, Kelly asked Moss if she ever felt pressure to pose with no top on. Moss immediately answered, "There was pressure. She continued, "I worked with a woman photographer called Corinne Day and she always liked me with no top on and I did not like it at all when I first started. These comments are particularly poignant in the wake of the reverberations in the modeling world from Hollywood's MeToo movement. Last year, there were a number of sexual assault allegations made against some of the most high-powered photographers in the industry, which led to several new regulations put in place dictating how models should be treated backstage and during photo shoots. Moss's advice for anyone who, like her, has felt pressured to pose without their clothes on? However, that doesn't mean she isn't supportive of her daughter 's career. I'll be her manager," she said.