The Sun newspaper has stopped featuring topless women on Page 3. The British tabloid has been showing a topless woman on Page 3 for over 40 years, but it has now dropped the feature.
The canning of Page 3 comes after a lengthy and loud campaign by feminists who felt featuring a topless woman in a national newspaper was shameful in this day and age.
But not everybody agrees. Such as this former topless model who defended Page 3 to BBC News.
It does seem a little unnecessary in this day and age. After all, the Internet exists now, and horny men can see as many topless women on there as they desire. So, why bother putting it in a newspaper that can be read by children?