Amazon have a long history of selling exploitative products. We've been challenging them to do better since they stocked "The Paedophile's Guide to Love and Pleasure: A child-lovers code of conduct" back in 2010. They initially argued freedom of speech but eventually pulled the product from their shelves. 

Sadly the list of vile products stocked by Amazon has only gotten longer since then.

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Amazon's sexy nurse outfit for toddlers

So let's just get one thing clear, 'sexy' and 'toddler' should NEVER go together to sell a product. Yet somehow this product titled 'Sexy Nurse...

Australia based "Bookworld" among retailers listing abuse themed e-books

*Trigger Warning - rape, incest, sexual assault. Content may be distressing and NSFW* It has been widely reported that global retailers Amazon, Barnes and Noble...

Don't give sexploitation companies your xmas dollar

Cross'em off your Christmas list Jingle bells, Christmas is here. Well, it was here around October according to most retailers! But that’s another blog entirely....

Amazon delists 'Pedophile's guide to love and pleasure'

But why did Amazon sell it in the first place and defend it's right to do so? Collective Shout co-founder Melinda Tankard Reist had this...

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