Twitter's Reaction to The Sun's Page 3 Topless Model Takedown
History was made today when The Sun newspaper dropped its topless models from Page 3. It has been a bone of contention with different social groups over the past few years, with the 'No More Page 3' campaign gathering 217,000+ signatures. Rupert Murdoch finally relented, and the photos will no longer appear in The Sun in Ireland nor in the UK. Twitter has been divided by different opinions so we've gathered some of the reactions at home and in England, in relation to this monumental development...
Bravo #nomorepage3. You've taken feminists from telling women they can do whatever they want to now telling them what they can & can't do.— S R Moore (@srmooreuk) January 20, 2015
How long will it take for us to be saying 'Did they really print that every day?' A bit like smoking indoors #page3takedown— Sarah L Kingdom (@SK_wakeboard) January 20, 2015
Totally support #page3takedown it's when your child asks u why it's there & u can think of no justification that you realise how wrong it is— Katherine H-Taylor (@bio_kitty) January 17, 2015
No more page 3?— Fuzzy felt eyebrows (@TheRealNickKay) January 20, 2015
But how will I find out what India, 22, from Kent has to say about politics and fracking?#page3takedown
So, I'm presuming that Heat will now be cancelling it's 'torso of the week' then. Equal rights everyone. Equal rights. #page3takedown— Lauren Barclay (@LaurenWBarclay) January 20, 2015