Collective Shout responds to common defences of Honey Birdette sexploitation
Honey Birdette is a serial sexploitation offender. The sex shop, located in shopping centres around the country, has attracted hundreds of complaints for its sexist advertising. Ad Standards has investigated complaints over almost thirty separate advertisements, upholding half, but Honey Birdette continues to sexually objectify women. Read full article
Nov 23, 2017
Westfield CEO responds: is not in a position to implement standards for advertising in Westfield shopping centres.
Nov 14, 2017
From Lauren Gurrieri in The Conversation today:'Lingerie company Honey Birdette has been accused of “sexualising women” and its current storefront advertising campaign in suburban Australian...
Nov 13, 2017
Thanks to YOU, we have gone past 42,000 in 4.5 days! The last few days have been like a whirlwind, but I'll try to update...
Nov 02, 2017
“My kids were seeing pornographic images in what is supposed to be a family shopping centre”
Oct 30, 2017
A Collective Shout supporter from Canberra has spoken out about Honey Birdette and the products being featured on Westfield Shopping Centre's website. These products include...
Aug 18, 2017
Honey Birdette has been ordered to remove objectifying ads in a recent ASB ruling:
Aug 17, 2017
“They'd never be able to use those images in prime time to advertise, so why do I have to subject my young son to that...
Feb 13, 2017
When will changes be made to the failed advertising self regulation system? In December last year Honey Birdette released a series of posters for display...
Dec 29, 2016
The Advertising Standards Board is made up of 20 people from across Australia with various professional backgrounds, however they didn't quite see eye to eye...