Collective Shout welcomes Big W's decision to remove sexualised LOL [Lil Outrageous Littles] Surprise dolls from sale.
Campaign manager Melinda Liszewski was advised of the decision yesterday evening.Read more
A Melbourne woman has had enough of corporates sexualising children and has channeled her anger into activism. Whilst shopping for shoes for her little girl in Target she realised a range of the children's ballet flats had heels on them. She then went into Big W and noticed they too had similar heeled ballet flats for little girls.
From the Target website
From the Big W website starting from size 6 (for an 18 month old)Read more
It’s that time of year again! As the Christmas season draws near, companies are competing for your business.Read more
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 stock Playboy branded products are helping Playboy to produce and distribute content that objectifies and degrades women
As part of our 'Cross 'em off your Christmas list' campaign we have compiled a list of retailers who are stocking Playboy branded merchandise. The campaign aims to help consumers make ethical Christmas shopping decisions and reject companies that have not demonstrated corporate social responsibility.Read more
As reported by 3AW radio:Read more
It’s that time of year again! With the Christmas season upon us, retailers are taking it up a notch competing for your business.Read more
Grand Theft Auto 5 fuelling the epidemic of violence against women, say survivors in petition signed by over 40,000 people.
[UPDATE] Target and Kmart have pulled the game from sale, will Big W do the same?Read more
A petition was started calling for Big W to remove a Christmas themed slogan shirt saying "Nice Baubles" from sale.Read more
Big W misses the point - the harms of sexual objectification go beyond feeling 'offended'
A shopper wrote a complaint to Big W after spotting a 'Baywatch' branded tshirt in the mens clothing section. Much like the TV program itself, the merchandise sexually objectified women.Read more