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18 Aug
Coles to bin Zoo after employee complaints - will Woolworths do the right thing and #binzoomag?

"Other young women in my work force will no longer have to put up with selling a magazine that promotes rape culture" A petition calling on supermarkets Coles and Woolworths to stop selling 'lads mag' Zoo Weekly has resulted in Coles agreeing to discontinue the misogynistic, all-ages porn mag.  Read more

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14 Aug
Why 'don't like it, don't listen' isn't enough: Caitlin Roper writes about Tyler the Creator for SMH

Caitlin Roper writes about the campaign against Tyler the Creator for the Sydney Morning Herald Read more

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07 Aug
Collective Shout responds to common arguments from Tyler the Creator fans

Over the course of our Tyler the Creator campaign, we've received hundreds of Facebook comments, emails and tweets from fans of Tyler the Creator. Many of them ask the same questions or reiterate the same defences for Tyler's behaviour. We address some of the more common arguments from Tyler's defenders... Read more

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31 Jul
Coralie Alison discusses Tyler the Creator and online abuse on The Project

Coralie Alison appeared on Channel 10's The Project to discuss Collective Shout's campaign against US rapper Tyler the Creator Read more

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30 Jul
Watch: Complex News reports on Tyler the Creator campaign

Via Complex News - Watch the video below "Tyler, The Creator tweeted this afternoon that he's been banned from entering the country and thus canceled his upcoming tour dates. Over the weekend, Earl Sweatshirt punched a fan on stage in Sydney after they rushed behind him during his performance. Tyler... Read more

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28 Jul
Solidarity with Coralie Alison as Tyler the Creator fans send death threats

US rapper Tyler the Creator has announced that he has been banned from Australia. This is yet to be confirmed by the Department of Immigration, but that hasn't stopped Tyler the Creator's fans from unleashing their rage. In a statement of solidarity, End Online Misogyny has published a sample of the... Read more

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28 Jul
Caitlin Roper on Triple J Hack discusses Tyler the Creator

Caitlin Roper was interviewed for Triple J's Hack program following Tyler the Creator's announcement that he had been 'banned' from Australia. Read more

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28 Jul
5 Reasons Why Amnesty International's Resolution Is A Mistake

Survivors of prostitution and sex trafficking speak out against Amnesty's proposal to decriminalise pimping and purchasing women for sexual exploitation.  Read more

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27 Jul
Real sexist, real objectification: Benefit Cosmetics

Benefit Cosmetics is a 'featured brand' of department store chain Myer. This is how the brand is currently advertised.  Read more

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23 Jul
Buyinvite exposed selling child sexual abuse themed sex toys for men

*Content Warning- products and product descriptions may be distressing* Last week Collective Shout activists exposed online fashion club Buyinvite for selling a range of paedophilic sex toys for men, including sex toys modelled on the vaginas of young girls. One of these items is the Hustler Barely Legal Pussy, accompanied... Read more

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