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The half-page, full-colour photo (some issues however use smaller and/or black-and-white photos) is of a woman in tight, revealing clothing, lingerie, or a swimsuit. Former Toronto Sun editor Peter Worthington has stated that the Sun will never run a topless Sunshine Girl.
Finland In Finland, the daily Iltalehti features models known as "Iltatyttö" Evening Girls. 11 "Tähtityttö" Star Girl is also published in the weekly 7 päivä. 12 Germany In some German newspapers, such as Bild-Zeitung, the equivalent is found on the lower part of page one.
Similar features are found in competing British tabloids and in other newspapers around the world. Contents History A selection of the Sun's current Page 3 girls. When he relaunched the flagging Sun newspaper in tabloid format on 17 November 1969, Rupert Murdoch began publishing photographs.
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It also hosts an on-line archive of previous Page 3 photographs, a "Page 3 Gold" section featuring models from earlier eras, and various other features. Since 2002, The Sun has run an approximately annual contest called "Page 3 Idol." Women aged 18 or older can.
Elsewhere Australia Australian tabloid newspapers have traditionally published a photo of a scantily dressed, but rarely topless, model on page 3, often in a bikini. The now discontinued Sydney afternoon tabloid The Sun called its page 3 photo (never topless) The Weather Girl.
Romania In Romania, the daily Libertatea features topless models at page 5, calling them 'Fata de la pagina 5' (meaning 'The girl from the fifth page. When Averea was rebranded as tabloid Click!, the owner hired many people from Libertatea ; this new concurrent got.
During her tenure as the newspaper's deputy editor, Rebekah Brooks (ne Wade) had argued (on economic, rather than feminist, grounds) that printing topless photographs on Page 3 damaged the newspaper's circulation by offending female readers.
However, she retained the feature unchanged. 3 10 Wade later wrote an editorial defending the feature against its critics, calling Page 3 models "intelligent, vibrant young women who appear in The Sun out of choice and because they enjoy the job." 9 The Sun and.
When she became the tabloid's first woman editor on, she was widely expected either to terminate Page 3 or to modify it so that the models would no longer appear topless.