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Through monthly giving, you can directly support Collective Shout’s campaigns against the objectification of women and sexualisation of girls in media, advertising and popular culture. As well as constantly holding corporations and marketers accountable for their depiction of women and girls, Collective Shout equips others to campaign, and educates young people to resist harmful messages about their bodies, relationships and sexuality to bring about grassroots cultural transformation.

By making a regular donation you can help Collective Shout lobby those with power and influence to effect positive change.  

Your generous monthly donation will fund the ongoing work of our activists, challenge companies about their advertising, enable lobbying of politicians, and send Collective Shout representatives to schools to engage with young men and women on these important issues.

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Sexualised LOL dolls gone

Target, Big W and Kmart withdraw sexualised LOL dolls following our campaign.

Instagram adds in-app reporting tool

Instagram has responded directly to our #WakeUpInstagram campaign by adding a new in-app reporting tool to report accounts which sexualise children.

Alibaba removes child sex dolls

E-commerce giant Alibaba Group removed all listings of child sex abuse dolls from its global platform following our two week invesigation.

Our young people are suffering rising rates of depression, anxiety, eating disorders, self-harm, and body hatred. 58% of girls receive uninvited sexually explicit material (texts, video clips, pornography), 70% are harassed online. Sexualisation, objectification and a deluge of pornography are major drivers of these negative physical and mental health outcomes. 

Last year with your help we shut down major ad campaigns that objectify and sexualise girls and spoke to thousands of students. Your generous gift will help stop more sexualised media and prevent its harmful effects on young people.