Shopping centres trade women's + kids' safety for porn company profits
In 2017, Westfield told us they "heard" our objections to sex shop Honey Birdette's floor-to-ceiling, objectifying, porn themed Santa ads displayed in their family malls.
This is Westfield's last displayed tweet - to OUR campaigners: 'we hear you', 'thanks', 'we'll keep sharing' your feedback.
But they haven't stopped hosting Honey Birdette's porn style shop window ads.
In fact, things have only got worse.
In 2019 it was these:
And a merry porny Christmas to the kids. Love from Westfield and friends.
Naked women + BDSM themes: Another porny Xmas brought to you by @westfieldau + #Playboy's sex store #HoneyBirdette— Collective Shout (@CollectiveShout) December 6, 2022
Ping @Ad_Standards @PropertyCouncil @SCCA_Advocacy @champs_change #childgrooming #corporatepaedophilia #CSRfail #WomenNotObjects #objectification #sexualisation pic.twitter.com/YFdrBCHJIX
Today, Honey Birdette is owned by porn brand parent company Playboy (PLBY Group). The sex store resides in 45+ locations across the country, in shopping malls owned/operated by Westfield (ScentreGroup), Lendlease, The GPT Group, Mirvac, Dexus, JLL, Queensland Government (QIC), Stockland, ISPT, AMP Capital, UniSuper, Vicinity Centres and Perron Investments.
It's been five years since Westfield said it "hears" us - while hosting more and more of Honey Birdette's degrading, objectifying porn themed porn themed ads in its malls, and profiting.
That's not "hearing" us.
Boycott Westfield and other Honey Birdette shopping centre landlords this Christmas - read more here.