It’s 2016, and yet women’s bodies are still being used to sell everything from beer to burgers to organ donation. Are we ok with this? Caitlin from Collective Shout gives us her two cents.Read more
The "I support Women in Sport" awards hosted by Women's Health Magazine faced social media condemnation for its decision to hire body painted semi-naked models to parade and pose on the red carpet for the event.Read more
The Women's Health Australia "I support women in sport awards" was held this week to recognise the achievements of Australia's female athletes.Read more
Grassroots campaigning movement Collective Shout is calling on schools to be alert to the Lingerie Football League recruiting underage girls and to refuse to host practices or events on school premises.Read more
An open letter “To those who oppose the LFL in Australia” was posted on our Facebook page yesterday.
Elise – an athlete who has recently joined an LFL team – asked us to read and consider her views on the LFL.
Below is an open response to the open letter.
Dear Elise,Read more
Sign the petition
Three-time women's world longboard champion Cori Schumacher has started a petition calling on Roxy to stop sexualising female surfers in their marketing. The petition reads:Read more
A name change and a few less frills might sound better to sponsors, but it does nothing for women’s sport
When the Lingerie Football League (LFL) announced that it was starting the year with some big changes, I wondered whether they were finally going to do something really radical. Perhaps like paying their players. Or could it bethat they were going to stop making the women sign ‘accidental nudity’ clauses?Read more