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Napoleon Perdis

Nena and Pasadena

Nena and Pasadena have had a history of sexualising and objectifying women, particularly with designs in their mens T-shirt range

NRL

PETA

Playboy merchandise

Playboy props up its porn company through mainstream merchandising, such as jewellery, bedding and underwear. Retailers stocking the brand are complicit in Playboys sexual exploitation.

Priceline

Rivers

Rivers has a history of sexual objectification in advertising.

Roger David

Roger David has had a history of objectifying women in its products, particularly with mens T-shirt designs.

Roxy

Rusty


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