Cotton on has a history of sexually objectification of women on men's apparel
The Ad Standards Board dismissed complaints against Cotton On's 'Brazilian' advertisements on social media. Read the case report below:
Cotton On has announced it will remove changeroom wallpaper which featured a message that reduced women to sexual objects.
Corporate offenders of 2013 The festive season is here. You only need to look at the latest shopping centre catalogues, online stores and even your...
"Walked past this sign today in the Hobart Elizabeth Mall encouraging young men to look up to the degradation and objectification of women."
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Don't pay for Sexploitation this holiday season
As published at Melinda Tankard Reist See this t-shirt? Where do you think we found it? Some niche not well known store specializing in glamourised...
*Trigger Warning - violence against women, sexual assault*
A Collective Shout supporter was recently in a mall teeming with children and Christmas shoppers when she was confronted by Hustler T-shirts hanging at the...
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