|Ed Miliband - The Huffington Post|
There is no place in the modern world for pictures of topless women in newspapers like The Sun, Ed Miliband sensationally said today.
But the Labour leader said he will not ban Page 3 pin-ups if he becomes prime minister after the 2015 general election.This article on the Huffington Post UK uses a quote by me...
Blogging exclusively for The Huffington Post UK, a former topless model also advocated highlighting women's talents and abilities in the Sun, rather than just their flesh.
"When I was 18, I used nude modeling as a way to earn money to support my acting career," wrote author and mum of three Sheila Hageman.
"Was I thrilled and empowered by my job? Some days and jobs, yes, but the majority of my time was spent consumed by inner conflict about my choice.
"Just because an attractive woman decides to pose topless does not mean she's happy about it," she wrote.I've been rethinking my past a lot lately. I am trying to come to new acceptance for myself and looking for ways to embrace my sexuality, which I feel sometimes I cut off when I left the adult entertainment business.
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