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due to market demand, not out of ideology of course...
Though still sticking with Oasis...
Sean, there's a load of free dolly birds for you to put on the DiS frontpage now.
so they're still going?
who even does read Loaded anymore? Did it just fall between GQ and Nuts in the magazine market??
Secondly - were you were a teenager (back in the day) did you read Loaded or FHM?
Used to love it, no idea why. Pretty ladies helped, but I had the internet?
(when it's something as public as this) and just way way more important that it happens? like, ok, they do it for more money, but it stills means that teens growing up have a different experience of these sorts of things?
but they might, at any point, start doing it again if they felt like it would make them more money.
If you accidentally do something that is right, should you get credit for it?
but it still seems like a secondary concern
but also pepsi might put girls on the cans of their drink or that guy in the park i can see could murder someone. that's all hypothetical, but here, they're actually stopping doing it. and that seems good
that they shouldn't get any credit for.
have they been getting a lot of credit for it?
that link just ahs some facts, some pictures and a couple of quotes. it doesn't seem very congratulatory. seems more like....news
under their mattresses these days for a crafty bedtime hand shandy thesedays
once had to laminate a few pages from the rachel stevens special they got so much use
and a hammer and chisel for cleanup
and T3, it kind of suits Loaded, FHM and GQ because models are a significant part of what the magazine is about, but Stuff and T3 are literally all about tech.
seems to be a waste of opportunity to bang on about feminism instead of sounding prudish and conservative
but then they talk a bit about hiring a feminist writer (oh, it's Julie Burchill, who I can't really say I like mostly) and possibly having a 'gay column'. .... still
Birchill's transphpobia. One step at a time, eh lads.