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24 May
Video: Coles and Woolworths sells Zoo Weekly porn mag to children

Click here to sign the petition - #binzoomag Read more

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22 May
Body Shop ad campaign triggers distress for abused child

As reported by the Herald Sun A MELBOURNE foster mum is fighting to get an explicit Body Shop campaign scrapped after it distressed her foster daughter by reviving her past of sexual abuse. Sexual assault experts agree the The Body Shop’s latest advertisement for its hemp soap range should be... Read more

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22 May
Video: My campaign against Zoo Magazine: the well-being of girls should come before profits

Watch: Petition starter Laura Pintur  via The Guardian Click here to sign the petition   Read more

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21 May
Collective Shout activist victim of online impersonation for twitter hate campaign

An online troll has used Twitter's paid for advertising service to impersonate Collective Shout activist Caitlin Roper. The account set up late Wednesday night, sent out a string of hateful and abusive tweets alongside graphic photos. The tweets appeared as 'promoted tweets' appearing in the twitter feeds of those targeted... Read more

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08 May
Zoo Identity

The portrayal of women in Zoo Weekly The piece 'Zoo Identity' is a compilation of written descriptors of women taken directly from the March 2015 issue of Zoo Australia. I endeavoured to communicate the impact of zoo and its portrayal of females on my own identity formation as a young... Read more

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06 May
Zoo Weekly's ANZAC Furore: What About the War on Women?

By Melinda Tankard Reist Zoo Weekly has suffered a volley of artillery fire over its April "Special Commemorative Issue" marking the 100 year anniversary of the Gallipoli landing. Model Erin Pash adorns the cover and inside pages, holding a poppy, lying tummy down among poppies and reclining against old army posters on a page decorated... Read more

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05 May
Father of four boys speaks out against Mayweather and violence against women

Clint Greagen of Reservoir Dad blog published in news.com.au yesterday. We've lined the pockets of a Monster BY most estimates, Floyd Mayweather is $US180 million richer today than he was yesterday — a fact only possible thanks to the millions of people who paid for ringside tickets and TV subscriptions... Read more

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05 May
Fremantle Heritage Festival removes sexploitation photo following complaints

The Fremantle Heritage Festival is an annual community event hosted by the City of Fremantle. The event: "...showcases the stories that make up the rich tapestry of Fremantle both in the distant past and our childhoods. The festival honours and explores the settlement and early days of Fremantle, while revelling... Read more

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04 May
Backlash over PeeWee Pumps high heels for babies

Twitter users condemn high heeled shoes for baby girls US based retailer Pee Wee Pumps has attracted negative attention over their high-heeled shoes for infant girls. The brand describes the shoes as ‘her first fashion statement’. Founder of the company, Michele Holbrook, describes how after not being able to find... Read more

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04 May
Cafepress baby clothes: Dingo bait, They shook me, Daddy's condom broke

Repeat offender Cafepress continues to stock clothing with sexualised and violent slogans. Collective Shout's Melinda Liszewski spoke to the Daily Mail about some of the items designed for babies.  An online store has come under fire for selling baby clothes with x-rated slogans which activists claim makes light of violence... Read more

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