Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Here's good news for Googlers

Those people who tirelessly type Edit Bowman topless into Google will be exploding with joy this morning, as Edith has shed all her clothes to promote Breast Cancer Awareness month.

It's slightly disappointing that the default creative idea nowadays when an attractive woman offers support for an charity awareness camapaign is to get them to take their clothes off. We don't mind looking at pictures of people with no clothes on, but it's uninspired and also sends a worrying message that all that women have to bring to social change and medical research is a bit of breast jiggling and the hint of thigh.

It's also a bit of a shame that having got pictures of Edith Bowman naked in the name of charity, The Sun then manages to get the URL of the campaign she's supporting wrong. It's breastcancercare.org.uk.


Tim F said...

So if there's a campaign about testicular cancer, will The Sun publish a picture of Chris Moyles flopping out his sweaty nutsack?

Anonymous said...

Gooo on, enforce those stereotypes ad peeps. Grabs attention I guess but in the same way as the Bob Monkhouse lives advert in that I'm not sure the core message is conveyed (not even to the right demographic in this case). Never mind eh. Tim Footman makes a valid point though I'm trying to bury that particular brief virtual image.

Simon Hayes Budgen said...

Tim: Colin Murray keeps sending photos of himself naked to the Sun newsdesk. It's not a cancer campaign or anything, he just says it's worth the extra two quid when he's getting his passport shots done.

Anonymous said...

...but she looks like a longhaired man.

ian said...

When I typed topless, I meant headless. Please arrange for a guillotine to be sent to the appropriate location

Anonymous said...

I'd give her tits a good suck and her pussy a good fucking .

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