Cross 'em off your Christmas list: Our 2015 list of corporate sexploitation offenders
It’s that time of year again! As the Christmas season draws near, companies are competing for your business.Read more
Windsor Smith aren't just selling shoes
Nancy Sinatra once famously said that boots were made for walking but shoe brand Windsor Smith’s advertisements have instead raised concern amongst consumers. These ads specialise in the sexual objectification of women and sexual violence against women.Read more
Sexist Carl's Jr burger chain coming to Australia
US chain Carl’s Jr, notorious for their porn-themed television commercials, is opening their first restaurant in Australia, with the brand declaring their intentions to continue using sexually objectifying advertising in public spaces.
As reported by The Daily Telegraph:Read more
Sydney Cruise Bar serves up sexual objectification: naked women used as fruit platters
If their product and service was any good, they wouldn't need sexual objectification to sell it
Sydney venue 'Cruise Bar' hired nude female models to lie naked on tables and act as fruit platters for its 'relaunch' party.
Invitations to the event described the stunt as a "re-enactment of a famous Sex and the City scene" and promised 'stunning nude models' adorned with fruit for guests to dine from.
Using a woman’s naked body as a stand-in for an inanimate object - in this case a platter - is a text book example of sexual objectification.Read more
Real sexist, real objectification: Benefit Cosmetics
Benefit Cosmetics is a 'featured brand' of department store chain Myer. This is how the brand is currently advertised.Read more
We feel you hate women : Ja feel's sexist ads
*content warning* porn inspired advertising images
Here are some examples of how Ja feel (clothing label for guys) advertise their brandRead more
Girls school students petition Klara cosmetics to pull "Just kiss me, don't ask" ad campaign
We were recently alerted to a petition started by students from a Melbourne girls school. The petition calls for Klara Cosmetics to pull its "just kiss me don't ask" ads which also includes the phrase "Be passionate and leave no evidence."Read more
Body Shop ad campaign triggers distress for abused child
As reported by the Herald Sun
A MELBOURNE foster mum is fighting to get an explicit Body Shop campaign scrapped after it distressed her foster daughter by reviving her past of sexual abuse.
Cafepress baby clothes: Dingo bait, They shook me, Daddy's condom broke
Repeat offender Cafepress continues to stock clothing with sexualised and violent slogans.Read more