Vogue declares cleavage dead, gets trolled mercilessly on Twitter

Vogue declares cleavage dead, gets trolled mercilessly on Twitter

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LONDON British Vogue has come under fire after it hailed pushed-up breasts as pass in an article in its December issue.

In an article entitled “Desperately Seeking Cleavage” in the issue which hit newsstands Thursday writer Kathleen Baird-Murray opined: The tits will not be out for the lads. Or for anyone else, for that matter.

The article noted that there has been a noticeable dearth of cleavage on catwalks and red carpets lately, suggesting that this could indicate that dcolletage is no longer trendy.

The piece states that fashionistas and models are no longer revealing cleavage, opting instead to show their shoulders, stomachs or legs in an effort to avoid “creepy” comments online.

Many people to Twitter to express their ire.

Some felt the opinions expressed in the article were outdated.

Some people believed that breasts shouldn’t be talked about as a trend.

And others were quick to point out that cleavage isn’t necessarily within women’s control.

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