Honey Birdette breaches Ad Standards three times in February

"The Advertiser did not provide a response"

Honey Birdette - the sex shop masquerading as a lingerie shop in your local shopping centre - has breached Ad Standards three times in February alone. 

Honey Birdette no longer bothers to respond to any correspondence relating to consumer complaints. 

Each Ad Standards document shown below concludes with the following:

The advertiser has not provided a response to the Panel's determination. Ad Standards will continue to work with the advertiser and other industry bodies regarding this issue of non-compliance.

Collective Shout is interested to know what work is being done and with who it is being done in relation to the issue of non-compliance.

Case Report - Honey Birdette "Saskia"

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Sexual assault survivor calls out Honey Birdette advertising - "A form of pornography"

In an article published in the Stirling Times a sexual assault survivor has spoken out against Honey Birdette’s shop front advertising for objectifying women and harming children who are exposed to it. The woman - also an advocate for other survivors of sexual assault - said Honey Birdette’s advertising is a form of pornography and shouldn't be allowed in shopping centres. See article here.


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