Katie Price defends herself against No More Page Three

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Katie Price was at the WOW Festival to talk No More Page Three. She thinks it's cheeky and the sexist claims are unfair on glamour models and lesbians.

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Katie Price was one of the chosen speakers at this years Women of the World Festival, as part of International Women's Day, and was defending Page Three against creator of Everyday Sexism, Laura Bates.

The No More Page Three campaign has a pretty simple message: Take naked women out of the newspaper.

Well, Katy - like the editor of the Sun - believes the whole thing is just "light-hearted and cheeky" and "an institution" in the country.

Addressing issues of exploitation of glamour models, Katie said that one of her biggest problems is in the difference in treatment for fashion models.

She explained, "You see girls topless on the catwalk, but it's fashion, it's art."

She also added some sage wisdom that it's not just men who get a kick out of the scantily clad ladies inside their paper.

"Don't forget the lesbians, they love it," she joked.

What do you think of Page Three?
Everyday Sexism. Plain and simple.63.64%
I'm with Katie, it's just a bit of fun6.04%
If these pictures have to exist, keep them out of the NEWSpaper30.32%


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