Shopping centres trade women's + kids' safety for porn company profits
In 2017, Westfield told us they "heard" our objections to sex shop Honey Birdette's floor-to-ceiling, objectifying, porn themed Santa ads displayed in their family malls.Read more
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
Parent plea to 'let kids stay kids'Read more
Sex shop landlords put porn-industry profits before women and kidsRead more
Westfield-based sex shop chain racks up 50th violationRead more
Honey Birdette solidifies union with porn brandRead more
Named 'champions for women' host BDSM-strangulation ads in their malls
'Choking is sexy, women love to be choked'. That's the message Honey Birdette is broadcasting to all-ages audiences in shop windows across the country.Read more
Ad Standards upholds Honey Birdette Complaint: "The images are similar to ones stereotypically seen in a men’s magazine or calendar"
Once again "The advertiser has not provided a response to the Panel's determination"Read more
Legs spread, vulvas exposed: Champions of Change aid Brett Blundy brand’s faux female empowerment (again)
Revised ad Code of Ethics fails to bring repeat offender Honey Birdette into line
Billionaire business mogul Brett Blundy’s sex shop brand Honey Birdette has served up another round of porn-themed ads in family-friendly shopping centres around the country. As in previous campaigns, the floor-to-ceiling ads are sexualised and sexist: near-naked women reduced to body parts, undressed (bar a few straps and the odd transparent-mesh panel) and posed - legs spread and vulvas on show - for the male gaze.Read more