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# jepic - Wednesday 23 May, 2012
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YOU’VE PROBABLY ALREADY seen these photos of Miss Bikini Ireland contestants going topless on Dublin’s Harcourt Street on Sunday afternoon.
The photoshoot was arranged to promote both the competition and breast cancer awareness. However, it’s come in for criticism from some quarters, with former Miss Ireland Holly Carpenter telling the Herald she didn’t see how it was going to do anything to raise awareness.
The CEO of Miss Bikini told the paper the shoot wasn’t aligned to any charity, “it’s more to raise awareness than anything else”. Greg Ryan rejected criticism of the event, saying people were trying to put a negative twist onto “something that was good”.
We’re asking: Does the publicity generated by events like this help raise awareness?
We need to create a solution to abortion. Children as young as 8 need to get sex education in school
A lot of people will consider what I’m suggesting controversial, ridiculous or pointless – but we need to create real solutions to real problems and bring the number of abortions down, writes Liadan O’Connor.
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