Collective Shout is a grassroots campaigning movement against the objectification of women and sexualisation of girls in media, advertising and popular culture.

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29 Jan
Competition Time

Want to win $1000 dollars for Collective Shout and a $100 gift card for yourself? Read more

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29 Jan
Napoleon Perdis Petition: teen girls are not 'sex kittens'

24 year old Brisbane resident Courtney Deagon has started a petition to Napoleon Perdis regarding their latest ad campaign.  Read more

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29 Jan
Women Not Objects

Join the conversation.#WomenNotObjects Read more

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29 Jan
Petition to Logbar to remove harmful sexist and racist advertisement

San Francisco based Adam long has started a petition on change.org to pull an advertisement for wearable tech which he has identified as both racist and sexist.  Read more

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20 Jan
UltraTune's sexist ad campaign for 2016

UltraTune are at it again.....here is their sexist ad campaign for 2016 Read more

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18 Jan
Hotel chain cancels RSD 'pick up' artist events

"We have a proud culture of supporting women" Read more

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14 Jan
Interview with Melinda Tankard Reist on how porn harms young people

Melinda Tankard Reist was interviewed by Dominic Steele on 2CH11 Radio about the upcoming 'Pornography and harms to children and young people' symposium. Read more

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10 Jan
Chris Gayle, we won't 'move on' from your nationally televised sexism

As published at ABC Religion and Ethics and Melinda Tankard Reist To sporting news now, and West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle has found closure from an incident this week in which he propositioned a female sports reporter live on air. Read more

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06 Jan
Honey Birdette sexes up Santa for shop front window displays

Honey Birdette - the sex shop masquerading as a high end lingerie store in major shopping centres, has once again shown exactly why it has been featured on our annual "Crossed Off" list for several years.  Read more

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05 Jan
Ad Standards Board rules Sexpo can advertise to school kids

And the Brisbane City Council doesn't care Read more

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