“Be kind” vs “Adventure awaits”: UK clothing retailer Primark accused of sexist messaging on kids clothes
BBC, Daily Mail, Good Morning America: 'Let Them Wear Shorts' WIN global media coverage
Scrapped bikini rule sparks hope for 'end of sexism and objectification of women and girls in sport'
Overnight, Talitha Stone's #LetThemWearShorts petition victory attracted global media attention. Launched in July, the petition called on the International Handball Federation to dump its requirement for women beach handball players to compete in bikini bottoms and to allow them to wear shorts. Talitha announced a win last week after the IHF swapped bikinis for shorts in its updated Beach Handball Rules of the Game.
Norwegian Handball Federation President Kåre Geir Lio has since told media that 'female players had told him they played better in the tight shorts, and were “very satisfied” with their new ability to choose the length'.Read more
“You should be ashamed of what you have done”: Breast cancer survivors slam McGrath Foundation over partnership with Honey Birdette
"How can I trust a charity to support me when they are receiving support from a company that actively damages women?”Read more
“There is nothing sexy about breast cancer”: survivor Angela Jones calls out breast cancer charity partnership with Playboy-owned Honey Birdette
Honey Birdette pornification of breast cancer endorsed by McGrath Foundation
In 2019 we first exposed Playboy-owned sex store Honey Birdette sexing up breast cancer for profit, utilising the logo of breast cancer charity McGrath Foundation to lend legitimacy to its sexual objectification of women.Read more