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A British newspaper trope, basically involving the gratuitous placing of pictures of semi-naked people in a newspaper. Of course, when we say "people" we really mean " young attractive women. The most famous or infamous example is The Sun and its "Page Three Girls", one of whom poses topless on the third page of each day's issue unless something big and tragic has happened, in which case she is pushed back to Page Five—or to Page Seven, if it's a REALLY big newsworthy catastrophe. There's some quote from them on an issue of the day — in which, by extraordinary coincidence, they invariably agree with the Sun 's right-wing editorial stance. Some of the "models" used to be as young as 16 until the law was changed. This became infamous when one of the tabloids ran a story about something involving a young girl in a sexual relationship In Germany, these are called "Page One Girls", although the nude pictures are most of the time placed below the fold. The Austrian equivalent of the Sun, "Kronen Zeitung" has a smaller photo on page 7 or 9 yet. The Sun is not alone in this, although other papers do it with celebrities posing for magazines and revealing slightly less. Even middle-class tabloid The Daily Mail has twice done double-page spreads on naked female student calendars, and several other tenuous reasons such as a drop in the share price of a clothes retailer.
'Bye bye my beauty'
The Daily Star has stopped featuring topless models on Page 3 after the newspaper's editor said the publication was "always looking to try new things and improve". The Page 3 models have been wearing underwear since the beginning of April, signalling the tabloid could be considering a ban to the controversial tradition. However editor Jonathan Clark suggested the change might only be temporary, saying the covered-up version was a trial. The publication is one of the last mainstream newspapers to continue using naked women after The Sun canned the feature in It followed the high-profile No More Page 3 campaign which argued that it objectified women. There was also political pressure for the media to ban nudity. Girlguiding joined the No More Page 3 campaign because girls were fed up of seeing women represented like objects in the media. Now The Daily Star has finally caught up.
The former Page 3 blonde beauty is said to be distressed. Page 3 model Rhian Sugden has been the victim of a photo hack. The photos show Rhian, 30, during a recent trip to Barbados with fellow model turned photographer, Sam Cooke. Rhian's own Instagram pictures from the trip - a hen do for Sam, who is marrying Manchester United footballer Chris Smalling - show the group having a blast in their bikinis. She's spent the last 10 years posing for topless photographs, but has decided that it's time to put her famous boobs away and keep her bra on.