The Ad Standards Board has dismissed complaints against Honey Birdette's shop front "Tasty Treats" ad. The complainant described the ad as highly sexualised, larger than life and situated in a shopping centre between a food court and children's play area.Read more
The Outdoor Media Association says it won't be back. But what about all the other billboards?
Brisbane residents Pip and Tanya created an online petition calling on the Ad Standards Board to take down a billboard advertising a strip club right outside a school. We wrote about the campaign and thousands signed the petition.Read more
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."
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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