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Media Release: Collective Shout declares victory as 7-Eleven withdraws sexual harassment magazines

Following a campaign calling on 7-Eleven to withdraw unrestricted pornographic magazines that sexualise teen girls and encourage harassment, Collective Shout can announce a victory.

Breaking! 7-Eleven CEO instructs 700 stores to remove porn mags

Angus McKay has heard your messages loud and clear. Thanks to you, all 700 7-Eleven stores have been instructed to remove pornographic Picture and People...

Sexual harassment and Slurpees: 7-Eleven CEO responds and it’s even more pathetic than we expected!

We recently wrote to 7-Eleven CEO Angus McKay about the harmful sexual harassment mags sold in their stores. These magazines not only include pornographic images...

Collective Shout writes to 7-Eleven head Angus McKay regarding sexual harassment manuals

Dear Mr McKay, Collective Shout is a grassroots, not-for-profit movement advocating for an end to the objectification of women and sexualisation of girls in advertising,...

7-Eleven profiting from sexual harassment manuals

Earlier this month we exposed &-Eleven for selling porn magazines Picture and People with headlines such as 'X rated Aussie Teens' and ‘Fresh Teenage Flesh’....

7-Eleven defends sale of pornographic magazines to minors

7-Eleven also claims complaints are 'resolved' - nice try

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