Campaigners are urging high street retailers to remove magazines that display naked and near-naked images on their covers or face the risk of legal action.
The Lose the Lads' Mags campaign, by pressure groups UK Feminista and Object, says displaying publications in stores or requiring staff to handle such magazines could amount to sex discrimination or sexual harassment.
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