KFC claims "no control" over showing sexualised content to kids
For some time now thousands of parents have been calling on McDonald's family restaurant to implement a policy regarding family friendly TV content after many of their children were exposed to sexualised music videos in their stores.Read more
Win! Aquatic Centre ditches sexualised vids after mum speaks out
For a long time, I have been troubled by the mere presence of TV screens in public areas. It seems that these days every restaurant, cafe and shopping centre virtually adorn their walls with them.Read more
7 arguments defending McDonald's pornified music videos that people just haven't thought through
McDonald's are pushing soft porn to kids by screening hyper-sexualised content on their in-store TV screens throughout restaurants across Australia.Read more
Father speaks out against Maccas sexploitation
A NSW father has spoken out against the hyper sexualised music videos displayed in McDonald's restaurants across the country. He was with his six and eight year old children when they were exposed to sexualised content via the in-store TV screen.Read more
Sexualised violence isn't OK just because a woman does it: MTR on Rihanna's 'BBHMM' filmed torture
Sexualised Violence isn’t Alright, Just because a Woman is the Perpetrator
BBHMM revels in the eroticization of total power, control and domination over another woman. But we are expected to see it as empowering, because Rihanna and her henchwomen are the agents of this control
By Melinda Tankard ReistRead more
Report: Sexism & Racism Endemic in Music Videos
Calvin Harris, DJ Snake, Basement Jaxx and Robin Thicke criticised by women’s groups citing evidence that music videos feed sexism and racism; call for age ratingsRead more
Act to prevent release of Kanye West’s monstrous women hating music video
From Melinda Tankard Reist's blog
On December 10, I wrote an opinion piece titled ‘Who says female corpses aren’t sexy?’ for ABC The Drum Unleashed, reprinted here the same day. The piece has so far received 1086 comments (many helpfully informing me I am mentally ill and hung up about sex).
Here’s an extract from the article:
Soft core porn on Saturday mornings
Masquerading as 'music videos'
Kylie Minogues former producer Mike Stock, formerly of Stock Aitken Waterman records which launched Kylie Minogue's career has condemned today's music videos as 'soft core porn.'
"The music industry has gone too far," he said.Read more