UltraTune are at it again.....here is their sexist ad campaign for 2016Read more
*content warning* porn inspired advertising images
Here are some examples of how Ja feel (clothing label for guys) advertise their brandRead more
We were recently alerted to a petition started by students from a Melbourne girls school. The petition calls for Klara Cosmetics to pull its "just kiss me don't ask" ads which also includes the phrase "Be passionate and leave no evidence."Read more
Car parts and service chain Ultra Tune are facing a flood of complaints on social media in response to its sexist ‘We’re into rubber’ TV commercial. The BDSM themed ad for car tyres depicts two rubber-clad dominatrix women brandishing a whip and feigning sexual arousal as they caress the tyres, while a male employee smiles and nods to himself, signifying his enjoyment.
Ultra Tune’s Facebook page has become overrun with complaints by men and women who have seen the commercial, pledging to not have their car serviced at Ultra Tunes while women are depicted as “fetish objects” to sell products and services.Read more
More sexploitation from a repeat corporate offender
[UPDATE] The Ad Standards Board has upheld complaints against Lynx. Read more.
A Revised version of ad is now appearing on television. If you've seen the new ad you can submit a complaint here.
Men's deodorant brand Lynx - owned by Unilever - has added to it's ongoing list of degrading ads with the company's latest promotion, "Lynx, cleans your balls."
Says not about 'unlawful peeping' or the sex industry
Mossimo has defended its Peepshow ad campaign in an article printed by the Herald Sun. Collective Shout had recently exposed Mossimo for referencing sex industry practices and trivialising the crime of peeping in a blog post titled 'Mossimo Peepshow is Sexist Rubbish.' Mossimo's defence?Read more
UPDATE "Naughty Nicole" wins Mossimo's Peepshow competition with her entry, "Mossimo Peepshow = sexist rubbish" Read more below.
A supporter has alerted us to this shop front window display for a Mossimo store.
The promotion is called 'Peepshow.' Through the use of 'peephole' imagery and words like 'strip' on their signage, the promotion makes clear reference to the sex industry and voyeurism.Read more
*Trigger Warning - violence against women, sexual assault* Collective Shout supporters have been leading the charge against clothing that features highly sexualised images of women. The 'porn t-shirt' trend, sold in youth oriented stores such as City Beach, Factorie and Cotton On, feature images that objectify and degrade women. Some clothing items depict women as victims of violence or picture them alongside violent imagery and slogans.Read more