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The real reason French women have stopped sunbathing topless | Fashion | The Guardian
Gaetine Thiney, 25, plus Elodie Thomis, 24, and Corine Franco, 27, said they posed provocatively for the pictures which appear in Sunday's edition of Bild to spark controversy and generate publicity. The trio posed for the pictures under the motto: "Is this how we should show up before you come to our games? Fresh from their hammering of Canada last week, in which Thiney scored twice and Thomis also netted, the trio said they want to draw attention to their sport and create some debate of the women's game. The French star also praised hosts Germany, who have won the last two World Cups, where she says the women's game is far more advanced than in her country. But Thiney said it was important the French players now back up the attention-seeking pictures off the pitch with success on the field. The hosts also got in on the act last month when players from Germany's womens league posed for Playboy. See photos of the German players posing for Playboy here.
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Topless sunbathing is becoming less popular among women in France — with researchers arguing this is the result of the MeToo movement against sexual harassment and assault. The number of women who regularly sunbathe topless has fallen sharply in the past three years from 29 to 19 per cent, according to a survey of 5, women by the French Institute for Public Opinion. Young women aged 18 to 25 said harassment, criticism of their bodies and men ogling them were their biggest obstacles to baring their bodies. Mr Kraus, who oversaw the survey, also cited concerns over skin cancer in the wake of public health campaigns raising awareness around the risks of overexposure to the sun as another potential reason. In January, a report found more than a million French women were forced to endure sexist insults in with only four convictions for breaches of sexual harassment laws.