Wednesday 24 January 2018

Jodie Marsh weighs in on 'Lose the Lads Mags' campaign on Twitter

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 31: Jodie Marsh presents Loaded Glamour Girl Wrestling at Lillywhites on August 31, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Simon Burchell/Getty Images)
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 31: Jodie Marsh presents Loaded Glamour Girl Wrestling at Lillywhites on August 31, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Simon Burchell/Getty Images)
Clare Cullen

Clare Cullen

Glamour model Jodie Marsh has taken to Twitter to dismiss the campaign against Lad's mags.

Jodie Marsh has spoken out against the 'Lose the Lads Mags' campaign on her Twitter account, calling it "hypocritical" and "non-feminist".

The bodybuilder and glamour model slammed 'women's mags', stating "I'd rather my daughter was celebrated in lads mags than being called too fat or too skinny in women's mags!", calling out publications like Vogue for featuring topless women as "art". "If you're banning one mag then ban them all!"

Marsh tweeted "they probably want us all in burkas chained to the sink" which she later clarified with "listen, if as a woman you enjoy wearing a burka then great. Good for you."

The rant went on for hours, with Marsh retweeting agreements and rebuffing arguments by replying directly to followers.

She summed up her rant last night by saying "I actually think this is a class issue rather than a feminist one. Lads mags are fun. It's snobs who don't like them."

 

 

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