No More Page 3

No More Page 3 began in Summer 2012, when, during the Olympics, Lucy-Anne Holmes picked up a copy of The Sun and felt outraged that despite the tremendous achievements of athletes such as Victoria Pendleton and Jessica Ennis the largest and most prominent image of a woman in the newspaper was a picture of a topless model.

Lucy sent a letter to Dominic Mohan (and still eagerly awaits his reply), and started an online petition. Soon offers of support were flooding in and in January 2013 the No More Page 3 team was formed. This is a team of people who have largely never met, and yet work closely together to sustain a vibrant and well-supported campaign.

Twitter: @NoMorePage3

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