Ad Standards have upheld complaints against a strip club, Goldfingers Mens Club over an “unavoidable” poster on the corner of King Street and Lonsdale Street featuring a highly sexualised image of a woman with a guitar between her legs.Read more
The Ad Standards Board has upheld complaints against sex shop Honey Birdette. The Christmas themed shop front window which featured a lingerie model and the words "Naughty or Nice?" was determined by the Ad Standards Board to be in violation of the Ad Industry code of ethics.Read more
The Ad Standards Board has upheld complaints against Loveables 'Selfies with Besties' ad campaign.
The Facebook ad campaign encouraged participants, including girls aged over 13 years, to upload pictures of themselves 'with their besties' to win a prize. Images that accompanied the campaign included Jennifer Hawkins and other models in their underwear posing for 'selfies.' An accompanying outdoor advertising campaign featured similar imagery on bus shelters and billboards.
And "Naughty Nicole" takes out prize for most popular entry with anti-sexism message
The Mossimo Peepshow ad campaign concluded last Monday (12th March) when it was announced that "Naughty Nicole" had won the competition with her entry - an image of herself holding a sign saying "Mossimo Peepshow = sexist rubbish."Read more
The Ad Standards Board has upheld complaints against an ad described by the complainant as 'larger than life pornography.' The ad, featured prominently on Honey Birdette's shop front windows.Read more
Unilever complains Collective Shout encouraged complaints
The Advertising Standards Board have upheld complaints against Lynx's sexist 'Rules of Rugby' advertisement.
The advertisement was supposedly created to educate men about the rules of Rugby Union. It is of course just another excuse for Lynx to objectify women. It would appear that objectification is Lynx's one and only marketing strategy. We've written about this before.
A supporter alerted us to this billboard via our Facebook page in November 2010. The billboard was located at Logan Village, Queensland.Read more
As published in the Herald Sun
A GIANT advertisement for a striptease school has been banned, five years after it began providing eye candy for passing drivers.
In a reflection of changing community attitudes, the image of a bikini-clad woman stretched along a bus has been found by the Advertising Standards Bureau to be sexually suggestive.
Advertising Standards Board upholds complaints against 'Have an Affair' billboard
The Advertising standards board has upheld complaints against Ashley Madison 'Have an Affair' billboard. Ashley Madison is an online 'dating' service for 'cheaters.' The billboard has now been pulled down.Read more