Recently we were contacted by Susan McLean (AKA The Cyber Cop) to say that a store at Mt Isa Airport had merchandised soft toys right next to soft porn.
This week Zoo Weekly released their last edition ever. We're glad that pornographers will have one less outlet now to push porn to underage boys. See content from inside Zoo mag (warning, graphic).
ABC's Media Watch referenced our campaign, quoting Collective Shout's Laura Pintur.
Collective Shout takes credit for hastening Zoo’s demise: Coles dumping title was ‘catastrophic for sales’Read more
Answer: All of us
Zoo Weekly has a long history of exploiting and objectifying women for the enjoyment of male readers. During this time, supermarket chains Coles and Woolworths have quietly profited from the sale of this unrestricted magazine in stores around the country. There are a lot of reasons why Coles and Woolworths should rethink the sale of Zoo Weekly, but we've narrowed it down to just 20, in no particular order.Read more
Petition Creator Laura Pintur writes for Mamamia on Collective Shout's campaign to get Zoo Weekly out of Coles and Woolworths.Read more
Watch: Petition starter Laura PinturRead more
The portrayal of women in Zoo Weekly
The piece 'Zoo Identity' is a compilation of written descriptors of women taken directly from the March 2015 issue of Zoo Australia. I endeavoured to communicate the impact of zoo and its portrayal of females on my own identity formation as a young woman.Read more