Christy Clark and her media cohorts are still milking all they can from a Tweet by an ex-NDP MLA on what he deemed questionable attire for the Legislature.
Vancouver Sun – Ex-MLA queries Christy Clark’s cleavage
Globe and Mail – Christy Clark calls cleavage criticism stupid
Now take a look at these articles about the former girlfriend of then Foreign Affairs Minister Maxime Bernier:
The Star – How much cleavage is too much? “In business, it’s important that no cleavage be shown. … It’s plain inappropriate. It’s déclassé.”
Globe and Mail – Bernier, keep daddy out of it “including arriving with the ridiculously dressed, cleavage-baring Ms. Couillard at his swearing-in”
National Post – The Great Divide “Recently a pair of breasts hit the media and suddenly the chattering classes have become obsessed with cleavage. You know the breasts, the ones belonging to Julie Couillard, the former squeeze of Maxime Bernier, the former foreign affairs minister, thanks to, among other things, Couillard’s Cleavage. She wore a low-cut dress to her flame’s swearing-in ceremony. Everyone pointed, a few jeered — “How French!”
That was then followed by the Letter to the Editor headline – Tales of two titties
CTV – Coulliard may auction off famous dress “compared Couillard’s ensemble to Monica Lewinsky’s infamous semen-stained navy-blue Gap dress”
I could go on forever listing links similar to these but you get the point… there are different sets of standards in the Canadian media covering boobs depending on whose they are.