Six investment firms have (quietly) sold off their Playboy shares after our calls to divest from the global porn empire. They are:Read more
Koala protection trumps safety of women and girls
Last year, we wrote again to a number of super funds invested in sex shop Honey Birdette's landlord shopping centres. We first raised our concerns with them in 2019, and called on them to divest from companies which hosted Honey Birdette's harmful, objectifying, porn-themed ads in their family-friendly shopping centres - read more here.Read more
Honey Birdette whip + paddle ad ruled "not strongly sexual"
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Have you seen Honey Birdette's latest ads?
These porn inspired, BDSM themed ads were spotted at family friendly shopping centres across Perth:Read more
Joint submission with the Hon. Nick Goiran MLC on protecting children from harmful, hypersexualised advertisingRead more
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
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!Read more