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It's time to take action against sexploitation!

For too long, Australian companies have been getting away with sexually objectifying advertising and sexploitative products and services. Despite an outcry from members of the public like you, and mountains of evidence that show just how much damage this is doing.

Research shows that exposure to sexist advertising leads to higher levels of body dissatisfaction, greater support of sexist beliefs, and greater tolerance of sexual violence towards women.

With your help today, we can ensure this campaign is a success!

We sincerely thank you for your generous support.

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Thanks to the pressure applied by our supporters, 7-Eleven announced pornographic magazines would be removed from 700 stores.

A win against Wicked Campers

Following a 10 year campaign, Collective Shout declared victory when state transport ministers signed an agreement to deregister Wicked Camper vans with abusive slogans.

Air Asia pull down sex tourism ad

Air Asia apologises and pulls ad campaign following Collective Shout condemnation of sex tourism promotion.

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. 

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