Amazon

Amazon

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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Cross' em off your Christmas list

Corporate Sexploitation Offenders of 2019 Give these sexist companies a miss this Christmas! Each year in the lead up to Christmas we release our annual...

Amazon's latest horror - pregnant sex dolls

*Content warning* Last week we reported on Amazon selling hundreds of rape and incest themed books on their Australian and US sites. We have now...

‘Against her will’: Amazon sells exploitative books glorifying rape and sexualising children

WARNING: Graphic content E-commerce giant Amazon has been slammed by Australian women’s rights advocate groups for selling books promoting rape and sexual torture of women...

More rape and incest titles on Amazon

*Content warning* - Call to action! Amazon have a long history of selling exploitative products that objectify women and sexualise children. We've been challenging them...

Amazon again selling Child Sex Dolls

The online retailer had committed to pulling child sex dolls of its site

Victory: Amazon Halts Sale of Child Sex Dolls

We congratulate Amazon today for removing the anatomically correct child sex dolls that have been for sale on its website. The sale of such dolls...

Twenty Victorian men arrested over child exploitation material depicting torture of children and newborn babies

***"Trigger warning: child exploitation''  Twenty men across Victoria have been arrested over child exploitation offences, with police seizing photos and videos of children and babies...

Cross ‘em off your Christmas List: Corporate Sexploitation Offenders for 2017

It’s that time of year again. Every year in the lead up to Christmas, we release our annual blacklist of corporate offenders who have objectified...

Look who we've #CrossedOff our shopping list for 2016

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...


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