Supre's super sexualising campaigns
Collective Shout supporters have alerted us to Supre’s latest advertising campaign.Read more
Complaints against Rivers '10 deadly deals' upheld by the ASB
[Update: complaints dismissed following appeal to independent reviewer]
Complaints against Rivers '10 deadly deals' catalogue cover have been upheld by the Advertising Standard Board.
Collective Shout had exposed Rivers eroticisation of violence against women last month after supporters found the catalogue included with their local newspaper.
Our supporters began writing to Rivers and to the ASB to voice their objection to the use of violence against women as a marketing tool.Read more
No Rivers, we're not excited about objectification
Tell Rivers what you think of their new approach to advertising
[UPDATE] The Ad Standards Board has dismissed complaints - Read determination here.
We have received several emails from Collective Shout supporters about the latest Rivers Catalogue.Read more
Lovable complaints dismissed by ASB
The Advertising Standards Board has dismissed complaints against lingerie brand "Lovable."
Loveable had struck a deal with a major eating disorders charity and said it was “dedicated to changing the culture surrounding eating disorders and body image”... “by using happy, healthy models in our campaigns and promotional activities and by continuing to design intimates that are not created to objectify women’s bodies…”Read more
Wicked Campers slogan suggestive of sexual violence given green light by Ad Standards Board
"The comments on this transport advertisement read "If you woke up with $100 in your pocket and a sore arse, would you tell anyone?"Read more
Complaints dismissed: Ad Standards approves Wicked Campers orgasm slogan
"They are sexist, offensive, demeaning, base, and have to be read by children who want to know what they mean. They impart terrible messages to small minds about sexuality and the objectification of women."Read more
Ad Standards Board gives green light to Kittens carwash striptease bus ad
"...did not expose the breasts or genitals in any way." "...images…relevant to the product being advertised."