Bras N Things

Bras N Things

Sales of Playboy licensed merchandise revived the once struggling porn empire. The profits made from this brand are at the expense of women who are harmed by the making and consumption of pornography. 

Read below for more on Bras N Things role in mainstreaming of pornography.

Cross 'em off your Xmas List 2014

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Bras n Things wants you to be a Bunny

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Adairs and Bras n Things dodge the issues

We summarise the response received from Adairs and Bras N Things following complaints about Playboy merchandise "I sincerely apologise for any offence we may have...

Bras n Things and Playboy

Another retailer jumps into bed with Playboy We wrote last week about how the Playboy brand is now adorning bed sheets from homewares and manchester retailer Adairs and...

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