Statements from NORMAC and Abolish Prostitution Now following Amnesty state AGMs on weekend
NORDIC MODEL AUSTRALIA COALITION (NORMAC)
Media Release 10/05/2014
AMNESTY BRANCHES OPPOSE AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL’S SEX INDUSTRY AGENDA.Read more
Dave Martin and Collective Shout
In response to our petition Isuzu has agreed to remove its “x rated” sex tourism competition.
More than 1000 people signed the petition in the first 24 hours. In the end we received a total of 3608 supporters. It was great see see so many men like me express outrage about this too!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.
An article published in The Age revealed that the owner of sex shop "Sexyland" plans to open stores in major shopping centres. The owner has been in discussions and is set to sign a deal with a "major retail chain." From The Age:Read more
The Outdoor Media Association says it won't be back. But what about all the other billboards?Read more
Gail Dines and Norma Ramos discuss sex trafficking on Boston Public Radio.
Gail Dines is professor of sociology at Wheelock College and Norma Ramos is the Executive Director of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women.
And the Advertising Standards Board says its ok
This is a billboard advertisement in Brisbane for Honey B’s strip club. See that building behind the billboard? That’s a school.Read more