LETTERS: WONDERBRA; Beattie sends out wrong Christmas message with ad

I write in response to your recent article on the 3-D Wonderbra ad (Campaign, 1 December).

I write in response to your recent article on the 3-D Wonderbra ad

(Campaign, 1 December).



Trevor Beattie said that the pouting, scantily clad beauty standing in

the bus shelter was ‘Wonderbra’s Christmas present to the public’.



This clearly can not be the same Mr Beattie who pioneered an anti-rape

campaign, because that Mr Beattie would understand that a woman’s body

is not a chattel that can be given or taken away.



P.F. Ellis, Shepherds Bush, London W12



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