After just 5 days of campaigning by our supporters, online shopping giant SHEIN has removed a range of g-strings for girls and a miniature penis shaped ‘squishy’ toy.Read more
SHEIN clothing, toys sexualise kidsRead more
US-based investment firm Thrivent Financial for Lutherans has quietly sold off over one million dollars in shares in strip club company RCI Hospitality Holdings (RCIHH) after Collective Shout called on them to divest.
We were surprised when we discovered Thrivent - a company with particular appeal to faith-based and ethically motivated investors - was propping up and profiting from the sale of women’s bodies as men’s sexual entertainment.
Over the weekend it was reported that Thrivent divested in all remaining shares for RCIHH. This is a massive victory for our movement!
25 accounts down in 48 hours after our reports
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“Imagine my shock when I discovered my own ten-year-old daughter was unknowingly profiting from the sexual degradation of other women”
By Sarah St. OngeRead more
Read our open letter to the CEO of French certification company Bureau Veritas, Didier Michaud-Daniel, below.Read more
It's time to come clean
When I first heard that Thrivent Financial for Lutherans reportedly owned shares in strip clubs I knew I had to call them out. This company, with particular appeal to faith-based and ethically motivated investors - was propping up and profiting from the sale of women’s bodies as men’s sexual entertainment.Read more