British tabloid The Sun wants women to realize how beautiful they truly are by posing for the paper in a thong so they can rate their own naked bodies — and be judged by a panel of men, natch — for a piece on how we ladies are "overly negative on ourselves" but "needn't be." Gee, wonder why that is!
The Sun is often criticized for its regular boobalicious ladies feature; turn to Page Three and you'll see boobs for boobs' sake while clothed men do Important Things throughout the tabloid's other pages. Now the paper has devised a new and ingenious way to make women feel like shit by showcasing "Real Beauty," a tactic recently illustrated by those Dove ads that try to sell women beauty products by telling them they're already sooo beautiful. Here's a call for "real" models that was recently circulated to charities that fall into the “women’s group,” “children” or “family welfare” categories via AskCharity's answer service: