14 year old girls shown in sexualised poses, smoking drugsRead more
We have a saying at Collective Shout:
"Silence is the language of complicity, speaking out is the language of change."
And recently Melbourne mum, Melanie Sheppard, refused to be silent after discovering that her daughter had been sexually exploited on social media.Read more
"It's important for people to be readily aware that among the (online sexual abuse) offending community these images are of significant interest"Read more
Last year we exposed global dancewear company California Kisses for posting sexualised images of underage and even pre-teen girls on their Instagram - images that attracted hundreds of comments of a sexual nature from adult men which CK failed to even moderate.
But it seems the message is not getting through. Yet another dance wear company (which also sells swimwear) is regularly posting sexualised photos of underage girls on its popular social media account. Frilledneck Fashion is an Australian company trading online internationally.
Nancy Sinatra once famously said that boots were made for walking but shoe brand Windsor Smith’s advertisements have instead raised concern amongst consumers. These ads specialise in the sexual objectification of women and sexual violence against women.Read more
Here are my top 10 tips for getting the most of Twitter, as an individual or as a business/organisation!Read more
I personally wanted to express my appreciation to everyone who has written a letter to a corporate offender, lodged a complaint with the Advertising Standards Board, sent a tweet, shared a Facebook post and given financially, all to work towards our goal; for a world free of sexploitation.
Today we have reached a milestone - 25,000 likes on Facebook!
It is because of everyday people like you that we can continue to be a 'Collective Shout' against the pornification of our culture.Read more
*content warning* porn inspired advertising images
Here are some examples of how Ja feel (clothing label for guys) advertise their brandRead more
An online troll has used Twitter's paid for advertising service to impersonate Collective Shout activist Caitlin Roper.Read more