Our campaign against Honey Birdette sexploitation: an interview with Collective Shout

Collective Shout campaigns manager Caitlin Roper spoke with Dave Pellowe this week about our campaign against Honey Birdette and how the sexual exploitation of women by companies like Honey Birdette has real-world consequences for women and girls.

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The evidence is clear. Twenty years of empirical research, 135 studies across 109 publications, found that: 

"regular, everyday exposure to [sexually objectifying portrayals of women] are directly associated with a range of consequences, including higher levels of body dissatisfaction, greater self-objectification, greater support of sexist beliefs and of adversarial sexual beliefs, and greater tolerance of sexual violence toward women. Moreover, experimental exposure to this content leads both women and men to have a diminished view of women's competence, morality, and humanity."  

You can watch the full interview on YouTube.

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See also:

We shouldn't have to look at soft porn in shopping centres

Collective Shout responds to common defences of Honey Birdette sexploitation

Female Empowerment? Why Feminism Deserves Better than Honey Birdette

How is this allowed in shopping centres?


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