Ten years ago a small band of women came up with an idea.

A couple of landmark reports had come out on the harms of sexualising girls. Melinda Tankard Reist wrote a book – Getting Real – on the issue. People were asking: ‘What can we do?’

So we met to discuss it, bringing our backgrounds in journalism, women's health, aid and development, eating disorder treatment and education to the table.

The rest is history. 

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Rape game pulled from 13+ platform Steam after backlash

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Wins and Highlights of 2018

With your support, Collective Shout has continued to challenge sexploitation at every level during 2018. It is because of our supporters all over the country...

Child sex dolls removed from online store Wish

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Sony blocks release of game where player sexually abuses schoolgirl

SONY has blocked the Western release of an 'adult role-playing game' that saw the player undress schoolgirls and fondle their breasts while on a quest...

'Win!' DFO Billboard comes down: Help more teens speak out!

Naomi, a 13-year-old Melbourne student, saw this large billboard advertising DFO with the catchline: ‘Starving for Style’. She knew it was wrong, and got her Mum to...

Double win! Honey Birdette ordered to remove objectifying ads

Honey Birdette has been ordered to remove objectifying ads in a recent ASB ruling:

Win! Rugby league adopts life ban for violent players

LEAGUE players who have committed an offense of domestic violence, sex offences or disrespecting women could face life bans under new NFL guidelines to end...

Breaking news! UK porn sites forced to adopt age verification!

In a new crackdown on porn websites, the UK Government has announced that pornography websites will be forced to verify that the age of their...

Win! Kids play centre withdraws sexualised music videos after complaint

Kids play centre Bounce has withdrawn sexualised music videos from their centres after body image activist Taryn Brumfitt wrote a blog post expressing her frustration...

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Everyday our young people are exposed to more brands continuing to sexualise girls and objectify women. You can bring change to this sexploitation, stop companies from degrading women and prevent its devastating effects on young people.

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