The Duke Hotel in Adelaide came under fire for their porn inspired in house advertising to promote their range of pizzas.
More sexploitation from a repeat corporate offender
[UPDATE] The Ad Standards Board has upheld complaints against Lynx. Read more.
A Revised version of ad is now appearing on television. If you've seen the new ad you can submit a complaint here.
Men's deodorant brand Lynx - owned by Unilever - has added to it's ongoing list of degrading ads with the company's latest promotion, "Lynx, cleans your balls."
Calls for new Inquiry into the sexualisation of children in advertising
As published on the AMA website.
The AMA is calling for a new Inquiry into the premature sexualisation of children in marketing and advertising.
AMA President, Dr Steve Hambleton, said today that self-regulation by the advertising industry is clearly not working.
And "Naughty Nicole" takes out prize for most popular entry with anti-sexism message
The Mossimo Peepshow ad campaign concluded last Monday (12th March) when it was announced that "Naughty Nicole" had won the competition with her entry - an image of herself holding a sign saying "Mossimo Peepshow = sexist rubbish."Read more
Says not about 'unlawful peeping' or the sex industry
Mossimo has defended its Peepshow ad campaign in an article printed by the Herald Sun. Collective Shout had recently exposed Mossimo for referencing sex industry practices and trivialising the crime of peeping in a blog post titled 'Mossimo Peepshow is Sexist Rubbish.' Mossimo's defence?Read more
Have you seen an ad that objectifies women or sexualises children? You can - and should - make a complaint to the Advertising Standards Board (ASB).
For change to happen, we need to make our voices heard. Complaining to the ASB is one very important way to do this. In fact, it is the first thing you should do if you see an ad that objectifies women or sexualises girls. It takes just one complaint to trigger the Board's complaint handling process.
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Unilever complains Collective Shout encouraged complaints
The Advertising Standards Board have upheld complaints against Lynx's sexist 'Rules of Rugby' advertisement.
The advertisement was supposedly created to educate men about the rules of Rugby Union. It is of course just another excuse for Lynx to objectify women. It would appear that objectification is Lynx's one and only marketing strategy. We've written about this before.
Community concerns about the sexualisation of society and the objectification of women should be key principles, says Committee
As published by Melinda Tankard Reist
Last week outgoing Senator Guy Barnett, chair of the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee, tabled the report Review of the National Classification Scheme:achieving the right balance. (PDF)
The report was the result of the first major review to be conducted into the scheme since its introduction 15 years ago.
We say get rid of it altogether
Collective Shout supporters have been blogging on our website and speaking out on our Facebook page about the General Pants Co. advertisements and promotions for new Ksubi line titled 'Sex and Fashion.' As usual, when 'sex' is used as a marketing tool it is women who are stripped down naked and objectified for men's gratification. General Pants Co. have even used keyhole imagery giving the impression of the viewer 'spying' on naked women.
The image on the left is what appeared in the shop windows of General Pants Co. stores in shopping centres such as Westfield, Stocklands and Centro. The image on the right is a picture taken after General Pants Co. 'censored' the advertisement in their shop window.