The Detroit Free Press posted pics of various celebs in low cut outfits and asked people to tick 'good cleavage' or 'bad cleavage' next to them.
The feature was written in response to a 'cleavage explosion' on the red carpet. Sounds dangerous.
"No matter how you feel about it," explains that article, "cleavage is a bona fide cultural and fashion trend. Who wears it well and who doesn't?"
Now you ask - how people feel about it pretty disgusted. Twitter users criticised the paper for being sexist, misogynistic and losing their integrity.
Managing editor Nancy Andrews tried to calm some responses saying people had got it all wrong and it was out of context. Twitter decided otherwise.
@NancyAndrews I saw it, I read it, and it's still awful... Not sure what that article does other than continue objectification. Sad.— Brian Ambrozy (@primesuspect) February 5, 2014
Before the poll was pulled due 'reader feedback', 5,000 people voted and crowned Sofia Vergara the best boobs in the biz, while '81.85% of Free Press readers who participated in this survey say "Girls" star Lena Dunham has a bad cleavage,' explains the site.
Not cool man. Not cool at all.
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