Yesterday we took to social media to ask CEO Jane Hastings to exercise corporate social responsibility and remove the p*rny image in the Rydges Gold Coast location mens toilets.
These types of situations and wins give me hope and encouragement that together we can take a stand and say no to the sexualisation, objectification and discrimination of wahine. We can work together towards a better future for our kids. Thanks Collective Shout" - Holly
Ad Standards fail prompts local council to actRead more
After just 5 days of campaigning by our supporters, online shopping giant SHEIN has removed a range of g-strings for girls and a miniature penis shaped ‘squishy’ toy.Read more
Update from petition starter Anna Cordell
E-commerce giant Etsy appears to have blocked search terms related to child sex abuse dolls.Read more
US-based investment firm Thrivent Financial for Lutherans has quietly sold off over one million dollars in shares in strip club company RCI Hospitality Holdings (RCIHH) after Collective Shout called on them to divest.
We were surprised when we discovered Thrivent - a company with particular appeal to faith-based and ethically motivated investors - was propping up and profiting from the sale of women’s bodies as men’s sexual entertainment.
Over the weekend it was reported that Thrivent divested in all remaining shares for RCIHH. This is a massive victory for our movement!
Skincare brand Etto Australia has been found to be in breach of Ad Standards code of ethics after promoting their product in The Good Weekend.
25 accounts down in 48 hours after our reports
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Accounts tied to toddler sex abuse doll company disappear after supporter actionRead more
Instagram aids child sex abuse doll sellers *Updated* WIN: 8 child sex abuse doll accounts removed from Instagram
Is Australian sex doll "influencer" Rod profiting from the sale of toddler sex abuse dolls?Read more