Real Life Anti-Sex League Oppose #CheckEmTuesday

Predictable po-faced Twitter bores Political Scrapbook and Stella Creasy are ramping the faux outrage meter, whingeing about the Sun admirably using Page 3 to encourage women to check themselves for signs of breast cancer. As the Sun’s Fabulous magazine team is demonstrating above they are backing CoppaFeel founder Kris Hallenga, who has been diagnosed with incurable breast cancer. Even No More Page 3 are mostly backing the Sun, so it isn’t very sensible for the less popular politically correct elements of the Twittersphere to behave like a real-life 1984 Anti-Sex League, accusing the paper of hijacking her campaign. How many women have ever decided to check themselves for cancer because they read Political Scrapbook?

The Sun’s editor David Dinsmore and Page 3 girls (pictured above) are fully behind this public health initiative. You can read more about the Sun’s campaign here, and check out the CoppaFeel website here.




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