Cross ‘em off your Christmas List: Corporate Sexploitation Offenders of 2022
It’s that time of year again! Every year in the lead up to Christmas we release our Crossed Off list – an annual blacklist of corporate offenders who objectify women and sexualise girls for profit.
These companies - some we’ve been exposing for years - continue to flog their sexist and harmful products and services and refuse to change their unethical behaviour. That’s why we’re asking our supporters to once again vote with your wallets and send the message: sexploitation doesn’t sell.
Boycotting the companies below will also demonstrate you care about Corporate Social Responsibility and choose to spend your Christmas dollars ethically. And see below for companies you can spend your money with in good conscience!
National Child Protection Week 2022: Support our campaigns to protect children and young people
Exposing corporates profiting from child exploitation
September 4-10 is National Child Protection Week. The theme is 'Every child, in every community, needs a fair go'.
Read on to learn more about what we're doing to combat sexual abuse and exploitation of children, and to give children a 'fair go'.Read more
‘It’s yours + you can do anything you want’: Etsy sells replica 8-year-old girls for men’s simulation of child rape
+ Petition updates from Anna CordellRead more
Media features: National coverage of our Instagram + Etsy investigations
Predators target preteens on Instagram + Etsy child sex abuse materialRead more
Tongues + torsos: We uncovered more CSAM on Etsy
Etsy markets replica girls' body parts for men's simulation of child rape
*Content warning*Read more
‘Adult’, ‘full size’, detachable breasts: How child sex abuse doll sellers evade detection
*STRONG CONTENT WARNINGRead more
Media Release: Strong action against sex dolls by e-commerce giant Alibaba
Mega e-commerce shopping platform Alibaba has announced it will block all sales of sex dolls to Australia.
The decision follows removal of all child sex abuse dolls and replica child body parts following a campaign by Collective Shout exposing multiple sellers on the platform.Read more