Wins

Wins

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. 

Check out our wins here.

Bill to ban sexist slogans on Wicked Campers passed in Tasmania

We're pleased to report that after years of campaigning against Wicked Campers for their sexist and anti-women slogans and imagery, Tasmania's Legislative Council has voted...

Powershop sign the Collective Shout Corporate Social Responsibility Pledge

This week Australia's greenest power company said yes to a cleaner future and signed on to the Collective Shout Corporate Social Responsibility Pledge. 

Win! Kmart removes porn themed products from shelves

Kmart has confirmed it will be removing porn themed birthday cards from its shelves after Collective Shout supporter, Jayden Battey, spoke out.

WIN! Tavern application for topless waitresses denied after objections

Last year Western Australian Tavern The Sixty30 made an application to vary existing trading conditions to allow topless waitresses. Along with other members of the community...

Win! Cancer Council intervenes with fundraiser that objectifies women

Fundraising for charities is a noble goal, one that we particularly appreciate the value of, being a charity that runs solely on donations ourselves. But...

Wins and Highlights of 2016

With your support, Collective Shout has continued to challenge sexploitation at every level during 2016. It is because of our supporters all over the country...

Win! Aquatic Centre ditches sexualised vids after mum speaks out

For a long time, I have been troubled by the mere presence of TV screens in public areas. It seems that these days every restaurant,...

"Hide your daughters" sexist messages on children's clothing at Best and Less

"Love you long time" girls jumper pulled from sale. But what else are they selling?

UPDATE- WIN! Rusty withdraws #HaveYouSeen sexist ad campaign

**UPDATE** WIN! Rusty withdraws "Missing Pants" ad campaign A representative from Rusty made the following statement in an email to one of our staff members:...

Hotel chain cancels RSD 'pick up' artist events

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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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