Sports Minister replaces models with junior cyclists at Tour Down Under to promote positive body image
South Australia Sports Minister Leon Bignell's has taken meaningful action to promote positive body image among girls by replacing podium models with junior cyclists at the Tour Down Under. We welcome this news and hope that others in leadership roles will follow Bignell's example.Read more
Honey Birdette have a long history of exploiting women in their advertising. But more recently they have come under fire for a different reason, encouraging the sexual harassment of female employees.Read more
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The recent decision of White Ribbon to distance themselves from retailer General Pants could be viewed as a watershed moment for the clothing giant, after many years of contradicting themselves and their ‘empowerment’ of women through vulgar, sexualised and offensive advertising.Read more
Senate hands down their report on 'Harm being done to Australian children through access to pornography on the Internet'
Yesterday the Environment and Communications References Committee released their report on the Inquiry into 'Harm being done to Australian children through access to pornography on the Internet'.
There were four recommendations:Read more
We love to hear positive stories of men taking action on the sexploitation of women. That is why we were so encouraged when Laurie chose to speak out after seeing the sexualised imagery on Makita's home page.Read more
It's that time of year again, already! As Christmas approaches, retailers are kicking it up a notch competing for your business, and Collective Shout releases our annual blacklist of corporate offenders who have sexualised girls and objectified women throughout the year. These companies do not respect women, they have not changed their ways, and they don't deserve your money.
You can speak with your wallet and show these companies that sexually exploiting women and girls is bad for business.
Below is our boycott list for 2016:Read more
As published on 3aw.com.au
Sexist advertising in Victoria could soon be banned by legislation.
It's part of a new gender equality strategy.Read more
Indoctrinating women to embody the dominant masculine sexual fantasy
An Australian owned skin care company has smeared its name by embodying a persona of an abusive partner to sell their brand. Frank Body has created a society in which women have become the object of desire to please the patriarchal male fantasy. Body scrub becomes an innuendo for sexual abuse, when this physical object becomes a vocalised male, named Frank, whereas women become nameless only to be referred to as “babe” becoming less than this physical object.Read more
On November 16th 2016 the NSW Committee on Children and Young People released the report on the Sexualisation of children and young people.
The report contained 10 recommendations.Read more