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Carls Jr

Carls Jr is a restaurant chain coming to Australia late 2015 that use sexualisation and objectification of women in their advertising

Chemist Warehouse

Chemist Warehouse slammed for selling Virgin Pussy Palm Pal ‘realistic hymen’ sex toy

City Beach

Youth surf brand City Beach sells clothing and merchandise plastered with porn-inspired imagery.

City Chic

Coles

Coles has a history of selling magazines with exploitative and degrading content. We are pleased that in mid 2015 Coles made the decision to remove Zoo Weekly from their range.

Cotton On

Cotton on has a history of sexually objectification of women on men's apparel

David Jones

Diesel

Diesel has a history of sexualised and degrading ad campaigns. One of these campaigns was literally called 'Sex sells' - no points for creativity!

Diva

Diva - the jewellery and accessories retailer popular with pre-teen and teenage girls - began selling Playboy branded Jewellery in 2011. Collective Shout petitioned Diva to withdraw the porn branded jewellery from stores.

Dove


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