Responds to backlash with PR spin, gaslights customers objecting to Playboy merch
Youth retailer City Beach has been slammed for promoting global porn industry brand Playboy, following the release of its new range of Playboy-branded clothing.Read more
“Violence against women isn’t an anomaly; it is the natural manifestation of a culture in which women are regarded as inferior to men, as objects of sexual recreation and entertainment.”Read more
Sex Dolls and Robots: Implications for Women and Girls - Caitlin Roper at the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation 2020 Online Global Summit
Campaigns Manager and PhD candidate Caitlin Roper spoke at the 2020 Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Online Global Summit.
A pioneer in her field, Caitlin described the growing demand from men for female-bodied sex dolls and robots and the harmful, real-world consequences for women and girls.
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Collective Shout's co founder Melinda Tankard Reist joins a panel of experts and two young people to discuss the harms of pornography
It is hard enough for women to love the skin we're in when we are bombarded daily with advertisements sending us the message we have to be hot, thin and sexy.Read more
Last night I attended a special preview screening of Taryn Brumfitt's new film Embrace.Read more
What would you do if you found this flyer on your car?
Adelaide resident Rebekah Reilly had heard about Adelaide's "Bikini Massage" parlour and like many residents, was concerned about the nature of the business and the explicit shop front advertising.
When visiting a local shopping centre, Rebekah found that the business had distributed hundreds of flyers to cars in the car park. The flyers featured explicit images and text advertising "bikini massage" services and recruiting "girls" for employment. The flyers were removed by Castle Plaza Shopping centre management following complaints from shoppers.