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As a bedding and manchester retailer Adairs has 'jumped into bed' with sexploitation porn brand "Playboy."

The Australian Football League talks respect for women, but is silent on its star player promoting its sexually objectifying fashion range to AFL fans.

Amazon have had a history of selling exploitative products that objectify women and sexualise children.

American Apparel have a history of exploiting woman and girls in their advertising

Bavarian Bier Cafe has a history of objectifying women in its advertising

Benefit cosmetics have a history of using sexually objectifying images to sell make up


Big W has a history of promoting sexual objectification for profit.

Bonds have a history of objectifying women and sexualising girls in their products and advertising

Bookworld have a history of selling incest themed and taboo fiction


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  • commented 2015-11-13 18:18:59 +1100
    Krissy, you are free to shop wherever you like. This information is merely the documentation of which brands have sexualised girls and objectified women to sell products, so consumers can make educated decisions about which brands and companies they might like to financially support or not. You are free to disregard this list.

    I would venture that the sexualisation of girls, the objectification of women, violence against women and sexual exploitation of women and girls are issues worth fighting for. Again, you are free to disagree.

    I’m glad you don’t ‘feel’ oppressed, but that’s not how oppression works. It is not based on the feelings of individuals, but structures and the wider culture. It is not oppressing men to highlight the sexual objectification of women, and I would suggest nobody has a right to sex toys modelled on the vaginas of female children so they can fantasise about raping children.

    If you aren’t concerned about these issues then perhaps Collective Shout is not for you.
  • commented 2015-11-13 16:47:17 +1100
    According to you, I can’t shop anywhere. Everything is apparently sexualising women and children. How about you stop concentrating on this crap and get off your high horse and I don’t know fight something that is worth fighting.
    I am a woman and I don’t see any issues with these brands and what they are doing, I don’t feel oppressed and sexualised by them, what I feel is that you are trying to oppress men by trying to take a way and ban things that they also have a right to.
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