Playboy merchandise

Playboy merchandise

Playboy props up its porn company through merchandising, placing the bunny logo on everything from baby bottles to underwear and car seat covers. Even the RSPCA once sold a Playboy branded dog bed. See below for more on Playboys history of merchandising in Australia.

Look who we've #CrossedOff our shopping list for 2016

It's that time of year again, already! As Christmas approaches, retailers are kicking it up a notch competing for your business, and Collective Shout releases...

Bras'N'Things forced to pull pornified Playboy video

Lingerie retailer Bras'N'Things has been forced to discontinue a Playboy video ad due to its overtly explicit content.

Ad Standards Board ignores impact on children, dismisses complaints against Bras N Things Playboy ads

Complaint about porn brand advertising and its impact on children mischaracterised as complainant being "offended by images of lingerie clad women in shopping malls where children...

Let's see who's stocking Playboy branded products

While many associate Playboy simply with its branded items or magazine, Playboy Enterprises own various adult TV channels and websites, broadcasting brutal, hardcore pornography. Retailers that...

My Hell inside the Playboy mansion

As reported by According to the magazine’s account of the book, Madison claims she was offered drugs when Hefner discovered her as a 21-year-old...

At 18, former Playboy 'playmate' used drugs and alcohol to survive sex with Hugh Hefner

Reported by Former Playboy playmate Kendra Wilkinson has revealed that at age 18, she had to be "drunk or stoned" to "survive" sex with...

Spotlight added to anti-sexploitation Xmas boycott black list

Media Release Spotlight latest addition to anti-sexploitation movement’s blacklist of corporate offenders

Spotlight pimps Playboy

Our supporters have alerted us to Spotlight’s latest catalogue. The crafts and fabric store is selling Playboy branded bed linen.

"Son you have big shoes to fill" Cotton On uses Hugh Hefner and Playboy for fathers day promotion

"Walked past this sign today in the Hobart Elizabeth Mall encouraging young men to look up to the degradation and objectification of women."

Diva breaches pledge to remove Playboy jewellery from stores

Caught selling Playboy necklaces to 10 year old girls Last year, Diva, the jewellery and accessories store popular with teenage girls, began selling Playboy branded...

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