Recommended:

*** Mumsnet guest blog "Channel 4's 'Strippers' - the questions we should be asking"
04 March 2014

*** Politics.co.uk "The press are guilty of double standards on child sexualisation"
03 March 2014

*** The Guardian "As a society, we need to engage in discussion around the harms caused by lap dancing clubs and the practices they propagate” 
28 January 2014

 *** Daily Mail "Department store that uses 'normal' size 12 mannequins and why it's provoked a fierce debate about body image" 
26 March 2013

*** New Statesman "Generation X-rated owns the net"
21 March 2013

***The Guardian "After Leveson: why third party complaints are so important for women"
7 March 2013 

 
*** The Independent "Keep Calm rape T-Shirts taken off site"
3 March 2013

*** Yorkshire Evening Post "Leeds granddad who turned sweet shop into a brothel"
13 February 2013

*** The Guardian "Government under pressure to review prostitution laws in England and Wales"
26 December 2012

*** The Guardian "Women's groups call on government to act on Leveson"
30 November 2012

*** The Independent "Ban Page 3 Leveson, and put an end to upskirt shots, media sexism and discrimination" 
28 November 2012

*** The Guardian "The women fighting sexism in the media - from Page 3 to politics"
27 November 2012

*** The Observer "Women's groups demand new watchdog to confront sexism in the media"
25 November 2012

*** The Huffington Post "Jimmy Savile Sex Abuse Allegations: Women's Groups Call For BBC Investigation"
18 October 2012

*** The Guardian "Sexist stereotypes dominate front pages of British newspapers , research finds"
OBJECT's Anna van Heeswijk comments on the need to change the way women are represented in the media.
14 October 2012

*** The Guardian "Rise of lapdancing clubs is checked as Spearmint Rhino runs up a loss of £2m"
14 October 2012

*** Broadcasting House, Radio 4  "The Newspaper Review" (approx 33 minutes in)
OBJECT's Anna Van Heeswijk discusses victim blaming attitudes towards rape victims, the need for more consistant media regualtion and the harms associated with the with the novel 50 Shades of Gray. 
26 August 2012

 *** The Observer "Britain finds a new voice in campaign against sexualisation"
Full page spread about the appointment of Anna van Heeswijk as new CEO and profiling the work of OBJECT
15 April 2012

 
 

 

Lose the Lads' Mags:


The Huffington Post "Why losing the lads' mags is a step towards ending violence against women" 
16th July 2013

The Daily Mail "We may ban lads' mags, says Tesco boss as he reveals he is startled by their content"
29th June 2013

The Huffington Post "Lads' mags are well past their sell-by date"
28th June 2013

The Independent "Phone sex and prostitution? Are these really businesses that Tesco should be in?"
26th June 2013

The Guardian "Supermarkets could face harassment complaints over lads' mags, say lawyers"
27 May 2013

The Independent "Sales of lads' mags could amount to sexual harassment, lawyers tell shops"
27 May 2013

The Telegraph "Retailers warned over lads' mags"
27 May 2013

The Daily Mail "Stop selling raunchy lads' mags or your customers and staff will sue, supermarkets warned"
27 May 2013

The Sun "Shops selling lads' mags hit by sexual harassment legal threat"
27 May 2013

The Metro "Stores selling could be sued for sexual discrimination, feminist groups warn"
27 May 2013


 

 

 

Jimmy Savile Inquiry:
 

 
The Huffington Post "Jimmy Savile Sex Abuse Allegations: Women's Groups Call For BBC Investigation"
18 October 2012
 
The Guardian "Jimmy Savile: women's groups want BBC to investigte 'institutional sexism'"
 
18 October 2012 

The Daily Mail "Fresh BBC's Panorama investigation may be delayed"
19 October 2012

Read joint letter to the BBC here.

 

 

 


 

 

Media Sexism / The Leveson Inquiry:


The Guardian "The great feminist revival"
14 May 2013

The Guardian "After Leveson: why third party complaints are so important for women"
7 March 2013 

The Guardian
"Rupert Murdoch hints at ending Page 3"
11th February 2013

BBC News
"Five things about women"
3 December 2012


The Guardian
"The Leveson report's challenge on women and minorities" 
3 December 2012

Inherently Human "The Leveson Report - Women and the Press"
1 December 2012

The Guardian
 "Leveson Inquiry: Panel Verdict"  
29 November 2012

East London Lines
 "Protesters gather outside News International to protest to demand an end to Page 3"
17 November 2012

East London Lines "Page 3 protest planned outside News International"
9 November 2012

 
The Guardian "Why does this shocking dearth of women in the media persist?"
15 October 2012

The Independent on Sunday "IoS letters, emails and online postings"
 
Letter regarding the harms of objectification on the aspirations and self-esteem of young women
8 April 2012

The Guardian "Page 3 isn't about sex, but it's not innocent either"
Zoe Williams discusses feminism and Page 3
13 February 2012

The Guardian
 "Leveson Inquiry: Sun editor recalled for questioning on Page 3"
2 February 2012
 
The Guardian "A chance to change attitudes to rape"
Letter published in The Guardian from OBJECT, Eaves, Equality Now, End Violence Against Women Coalition, Rape Crisis, Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit and Imkaan
31 January 2012

BBC News
 "Leveson Inquiry: summary of week nine"
OBJECT's Anna van Heeswijk highlights the Daily Star's coverage of Charlotte Church at the inquiry
30 January 2012

The Guardian "The problem Tory 'feminists' face" 
Suzanne Moore challanges the Tory's new 'feminism' and discusses the women's rights issues raised in the Levenson Inquiry by OBJECT
30 January 2012

The Telegraph "The Leveson Inquiry: live as it happened January 26"
Transcripts from the inquiry featuring OBJECT's Anna van Heeswijk at 09.50
26 January 2012

The Week "Radio 4 Today Programme and tabloids in deep water over sexism"
25 January 2012

Jamaica Observer "Women's groups: UK tabloids portray women unfairly" 
25 January 2012

The Leveson Inquiry (from 105 minutes)
OBJECT's Anna van Heeswijk joins Eaves, the End Violence Coalition and Equality Now to present evidence to the Leveson Inquiry on media sexism. 
24 January 2012
 
BBC News "Leveson Inquiry hears about portrayal of women in the press"
OBJECT's Anna van Heeswijk presents evidence to the Leveson Inquiry 
24 January 2012

Daily Telegraph "Newspapers should abide by TV watershed standards"
OBJECT's Anna van Heeswijk highlights that many images in tabloid newspapers would be banned on pre-watershed TV
24 January 2012
 
The Guardian "Leveson must back ban on sexualised images in media, women group's say" 
Four groups - Eaces, End Violence Against Women, Objet and Equality Now - called on Leveson to back a ban on sexualised images in newspapers, arguing they would not be broadcast on television before the 9pm watershed.
24 January 2012

The Guardian "Leveson Inquiry must address sexist media stereotypes, say women's groups"
Women's groups, including OBJECT, urge ban on highly sexualised images in newspapers during appearance at the Leveson Inquiry
24 January 2012

Daily Telegraph "Newspapers should abide by TV watershed standards"
OBJECT's Anna van Heeswijk highlights that many images in tabloid newspapers would be banned on pre-watershed 
24 January 2012

New Statesman "Helen, 28, has some thoughts on Page 3"
Columnist discusses Leveson Inquiry into press standards
24 January 2012

The Toronto Star "Women portrayed as sex objects in UK tabloids groups tell media ethics inquiry"
Canadian news website reports on OBJECT's participation into the Leveson Inquiry
24 January 2012

Journalism.co.uk
 "Women's groups condemn ise of 'harmful stereotypes in media" 
 
21 January 2012

The Guardian "Adam Boulson's Leveson Twarrumph speaks volumes about media sexism"  
17 January 2012
 
Evening Standard "Unexpected result of Levinson has been to expose sexism" 
Examining how the enquiry has shone the spotlight on representation of women in the media
5 January 2012
Channel 4 News "Report on sexism in the press submitted to Leveson Inquiry"
30 December 2011

The Guardian
 "Leveson Inquiry should address media sexism, women's groups demand"
OBJECT, Turn Your Back on Page 3, EVAW, Eaves and Equality Now submit evidence to the Leveson Inquiry
29 December 2011

 

 

The Guardian "Leveson Inquiry shown examples of 'sexist and offensive' reporting"
29 December 2011

 

 

 



 

Stripping the Illusion — Lap Dancing:



The Guardian "Rise of lapdancing clubs is checked as Spearmint Rhino runs up a loss of £2m"
14 October 2012

Evening Standard "Could this be London's first 24-hour strip club?"
OBJECT's Anna van Heeswijk comments on Spearmint Rhino's application for a 24-hour license. 
10 October 2012

Daily Mail "Crackdown on sleaze: Councils across the UK use new law to shut strip clubs"
New clubs are being refused licences and existing venues are being shut down thanks to new laws
30 December 2011

The Sun "Future of strip clubs in doubt" 
Councils are using licensing powers to refuse new openings and close existing clubs
30 December 2011

The Daily Mail "Why DO women visit strip clubs?"
17 October 2011

Bloomberg.com  "London Clears Up Ahead of 2012 Olympics"
Prostitutes and strip clubs are being cleared away as London prepares to host the 2012 Olympics
27 May 2011


The Guardian "Strippers and vicar unite to fight cleanup campaign"
10 December 2010

The Guardian/Observer  "The new feminists: still fighting"
Modern-day feminists from around the world, including OBJECT’s Campaigns Manager Anna van Heeswijk, describe what feminism means to them and their feminist activism 
15 August 2010 

The Times "The Pantechnicon of Porn Hits a Roadblock"
Celebration of OBJECT's win against the lap dancing industry
21 November 2009 

***The Times "When Feminism went nuts"
Analysis of the spread of porn culture and rise in anti-porn activism, detailing OBJECT’s Feminist Fridays and Stripping the Illusion campaign
5 August 2009

The Observer “Should lap dancing be run out of town?”
In-depth analysis of the lap dancing industry and proposed changes in the law, including accounts from former and current lap dancers
8 March 2009 

Guardian Online “It's lap-dancing business as usual”
OBJECT critiques draft lap dancing licensing reforms proposed by the government 
16 February 2009
 
Guardian Online “Sexual stimulation is the raison d'etre of a lap dancing club”
OBJECT on why the lap dancing industry must be recognised clubs as sex establishments 
26 November 2008

Guardian Online
 “The naked truth about lap dancing”
OBJECT on the spread of lap dancing clubs and inadequacy of licencing laws
6 October 2008
  
Friction TV "Lap dancing laws are wrong!"
OBJECT protest outside Parliament on the day of the Ten Minute Rule Bill
19 June 2008
 
The Guardian "I was seen as an object, not a person"
Powerful and insightful interview with former lap dancer
19 March 2008

The Guardian “Strippers and vicar unite to fight cleanup campaign”
Protests against London Hackney Council's decision to ban strip clubs in the area under new licencing laws
10 December 2010

The Guardian "Local residents given powers to block lap-dancing clubs"
6 April 2010


Metro
 “Strip clubs 'may die out' if new lap-dancing laws come into place”
OBJECT’s Campaign’s Manager Anna van Heeswijk discusses the impact of the new lap dancing club licensing laws
7 March 2010

BBC News
 "New Powers to crack down on lap dancing clubs"
12 February 2010

 

 

BBC Radio 1 Extra “Save the last dance”
Documentary featuring lap dancers, club owners, critics and listeners on the changes in lap dance club licencing laws.
12 February 2010
 
BBC Newsbeat "Is lap dancing offensive to women?"
Debate regarding the change in lap dancing club licensing laws and their potential impact.
5 August 2009

Daily Mail “Lap dancing bars don't offer 'sexual encounters', Peter Stringfellow tells Commons committee”
Sandrine Levêque, advocacy officer at OBJECT (at time of writing) and screenwriter Nadine Stavonina de Montagnac give evidence on lap dancing clubs to the Culture, Media and Sport select committee
12 December 2008
   
The Herald “Stimulating stuff this lap dancing, insists Stringy”
Analysis of the Commons select committee hearing on lap dancing club licensing  
26 November 2008

Guardian Online “Sexual stimulation 'not in lap dancing business plan’”
The Guardian reports on the Commons select committee hearing on lap dancing club licensing
26 November 2008

Sky News
 "Lap Dancing Loophole 'Must Close'"
August 15 2008

The Independent
 “MPs back call for greater control of lap-dancing clubs” 
OBJECT report released on the flourishing lap dancing club industry due to a loophole in the law
26 April 2008

 


 

STOP.PRESS.PORN - Pornography:

New Statesman "Generation X-rated owns the net"
21 March 2013

Guardian Online "Pornography conference blasted as 'meat market' by protesters"
Report on protest staged by OBJECT at the XBIZ EU Conference in London against the 'meat market' of the pornography industry, 
23 September 2011

BBC Radio Leeds
 Adam Hope’s show on the BBC conducts a poll of 18 - 24 year olds and their use of online pornography
21 April 2011 

BBC Radio London
 Discussion on Pornography 
30 September 2011
BBC radio documentary discusses the impact of pornography, featuring Dr Sasha Rakoff, OBJECT's CEO (from 2 hours 40 mins)  

Doncaster Free Press "Outrage over website that lets men pay for breast implants"
26 September 2011
Dr Sasha Rakoff, OBJECT's CEO comments on an exploitative website which offers breast implants paid for by men on the internet

 

Guardian Online "Pornography conference blasted as 'meat market' by protesters"
23 September 2011
Report on protest staged by OBJECT at the XBIZ EU Conference in London against the 'meat market' of the pornography industry, including comment by Anna van Heeswijk, OBJECT Campaigns Manager

Guardian Online
 “The fight against pornification”
29 May 2009
Sandrine Levêque, former advocacy officer at OBJECT, on government proposals to tackle violence against women and the links with pornography

Guardian Online “Our culture is infected with porn”
24 April 2009
Sandrine Levêque, former advocacy officer at OBJECT explains how OBJECT’s Feminist Fridays are leading the protest against mainstreaming of pornography

BBC Newsbeat
 “Number of webcam models ‘on the rise’” 
14 September 2009
News story on the rising number of British women working as webcam models on the internet


  



Eff off Heff! - Playboy Protest:


BBC News UK "Protests at opening of Playboy club'
Footage of the Eff off Hef protest at the Gala opening of the Playboy Club
5 June 2011 

The Guardian “Is the Playboy Party over?”
Kira Cochrane discusses the Playboy Club opening in London and asks if the concept is now outdated and “mired in sleaze”
31 May 2011

Daily Mail "British Bunnies are back!"
Scroll down to the last photograph of the protest
5 June 2011

The Metro "Playboy Club's London opening targeted by feminist protesters"
5 June 2011

Daily India "Hugh Hefner's UK Playboy club relaunch draws feminists' ire"
5 June 2011

The Times of India "Women Oppose Hefner's Playboy club relaunch"
5 June 2011

The Sydney Morning Herald "Playboy club returns to London after 30 years"
6 June 2011

The Guardian
 "Playboy Club reopening to attract protests against Hugh Hefner"
Alexandra Topping on the 'Eff Off Hef' protest
4 June 2011 

BBC Radio 4 Today Programme "Playboy: A backward Step?"
Kat Banyard and Michael Winner debate whether Playboy is exploitative or harmless fun
4 June 2011

Sky News
 "Is Hugh Hefners Playboy brand outdated?'
Debate between Kate Banyard and Lizzie Cundy
4 June 2011

Sky News "Feminists protest as Playboy Bunnies return"
Interview with Hugh Hefner and Kat Banyard
4 June 2011
  
BBC News Online "Playboy Bunnies: Modern feminists or 'club decoration'"
Debabani Majumdar 
3 June 2011 


The Times "Playboy's back? We're all ears"
Janice Turner on the return of the playboy club and the Eff off Hef campaign
2 June 2011

The Guardian
“Is the Playboy Party over?”
Kira Cochrane discusses the Playboy Club opening in London and asks if the concept is now outdated and “mired in sleaze”
31 May 2011
 

The Metro “Playboy Club returns to London but will it be a nostalgic flash in the pan?"
A look at the new Playboy Club and the opposition to the opening, as led by Object and UK Feminista
31 May 2011

Community Channel "Eff off heff" Blog post
A blog report about first OBJECT/UK Feminista protest for the Community Channel
27 May

 West End Extra “Eff Off Hef - Women plan protests as Hugh Hefner Playboy club prepares to open in Mayfair"
Report on OBJECT and UK Feminista’s “Eff off Heff” protest against the new Playboy Club in London 
27 May 2011


The Guardian “Hugh Muir’s diary”
The Guardian’s political correspondent on OBJECT and UK Feminista’s “Eff off Heff” protest against the new Playboy Club in London
25 May 2011

Evening Standard "Feminists hopping mad over Bunny Girls"
Report on OBJECT and UK Feminista’s “Eff off Heff” planned protests against the new Playboy Club in London
25 May 2011

LBC Radio
OBJECT’s campaigns manager Anna van Heeswijk speaks on London’s LBC radio on why OBJECT is joining with UK Feminista to protest against the Playboy Club in London
25 May 2011

See photos of the protests here

 

 

See YouTube clip of the protest outside the press launch here

 


 

Beauty Pageants:

Women’s Views on News “Feminists say Miss World pageant legitimises inequality”
Coverage of the protest including statement by Julia Long co-organiser of the protest and activist with the London Feminist Network and Object
8 November 2011

The Hindu
 "Miss World crowned amidst protests"
Indian newspaper on the impact of the protests held outside the Miss World contest
7 November 2011

Independent “Anti-Miss World protesters back after 41 years”
1970s protesters return to continue the protest against the Miss World beauty pageant
7 November 2011

The Guardian “Miss World and women’s rights go hand in hand”
A feminist explains why she begun to support beauty pageants - and even take part
7 November 2011

Daily Telegraph
“Miss Venezuela crowned Miss World 2011, but 200 protest outside”
Report on the protesters gathered outside the Miss World contest, including OBJECT, UK Feminista and London Feminist Network
7 November 2011

Daily Mail
“Beauty queen who dreamed of becoming a nun is crowned Miss World - as angry protesters picket pageant”
Report on contest including how campaign groups OBJECT, London Feminist Network and UK Feminista, voiced their opposition to the 'sexist contest'.
7 November 2011

***You Tube Miss World Protest 
 OBJECT member and protester Julia Long speaks at the protest against Miss World

6 November 2011

*** The Guardian “Miss World met with protests at 60th anniversary show in London”
News report on the demonstrators who picketed the Miss World beauty pageant, including Kat Banyard of UK Feminista
6 November 2011


Demotix Images of protest against Miss World
The protest in pictures
6 November 2011

 

 

Feminist Fridays and Lads mags — Activism:

 


***The Guardian "Feminists hail explosion in grassroots groups"
The rise of grassroots activism across the UK against the sexual objectification of women
9 April 2012

Independent “The march of the new feminists”
The resurgence of women’s rights groups and activism including OBJECT's Feminist Fridays and Reclaim the Night marches 
29 November 2009

The Observer
"The woman who edited Nuts magazine"
A former editor on Nuts reflects on her time at the magazine and speaks to Anna van Heeswijk, Acting Chief Executive Officer of OBJECT
22 April 2012
 
The Daily Mail "Women find descriptions in lads' mags more demeaning than those from convicted rapists, say psychologists"
Anna van Heeswijk, OBJECT Campaigns Manager, comments on a study which reveals that rapists and lads mags use same derogatory language
12 December 2011

The Metro "Lads mags 'use the same language as sex offenders'"
Anna van Heeswijk, OBJECT Campaigns Manager, comments on a study which reveals that rapists and lads mags use same derogatory language
12 December 2011

 
***The Mirror "Lads mags "echo the language of rapists" 
Anna van Heeswijk, OBJECT Campaigns Manager, 
comments on 
a study  by the British Journal of Psychology that says rapists and lads' mags use same language
12 December 2011 

***The Metro USA "Can you tell 'Maxim' writers apart from sex offenders?"
Anna van Heeswijk, OBJECT Campaigns Manager, comments on the study which shows comparisons between the language of lads' mags and sex offenders 

12 December 2011

The Guardian "How to create a feminist future"
Blog on UK Feminista's Summer School and OBJECT's contribution from Campaigns Manager Anna van Heeswijk
August 16 2011
  
The Guardian "Lads' mags, the great cover up"
Feature on Feminist Fridays
October 15 2010

 

BBC News “Debate on lads mags and violence against women”
OBJECT’s Campaigns Manager Anna van Heeswijk debates Lad’s Mags opposite a former Lad’s Mag editor
March 2010

 
The Times "When Feminism went nuts"
Analysis of the spread of porn culture and rise in anti-porn activism, detailing OBJECT’s Feminist Fridays and Stripping the Illusion campaign
5 August 2009

Guardian Online “Our culture is infected with porn”
Sandrine Levêque, advocacy officer at OBJECT (at time of writing) explains how OBJECT’s actions are leading the protest against mainstreaming of pornography
24 April 2009
 
BBC Radio Kent
Julia George’s show discusses the sale and display of lads' mags 
 23 February 2011
 
 
Channel 4 News “Bob Guccione, who established the adult magazine Penthouse in 1965, has died”
Analysis of present-day anti-pornography activism following the death of Penthouse founder Bob Guccione
21 October 2010

Independent “The march of the new feminists”
The resurgence of women’s rights groups and activism including OBJECT's Feminist Fridays and Reclaim the Night marches
29 November 2009


 

Demand Change! — Prostitution:

Yorkshire Evening Post "Leeds granddad who turned sweet shop into a brothel"
13 February 2013

Morning Star
"Students forced to gamble to pay fees"
Students are being forced to take risky measures to pay their fees, including prostitution—OBJECT Campaigns Manager Anna van Heeswijk warns of the dangers
14 December 2011

BBC Radio Leeds
OBJECT’s campaigns manager Anna van Heeswijk speaks on BBC Radio Leeds about OBJECT's Demand Change campaign
14 November 2011



Morning Star What path to a better life?
OBJECT Campaigns Manager Anna van Heeswijk calls for the implementation of new legislation against prositution
28 August 2011

Bloomberg.com  "London Clears Up Ahead of 2012 Olympics"
Prostitutes and strip clubs are being cleared away as London prepares to host the 2012 Olympics
27 May 2011

 

BBC Radio 4 "The Moral Maze: Prostitution"
OBJECT Campaigns Manager Anna van Heeswijk is guest on the Moral Maze talking about prostitution and the need to tackle demand
25 Nov 2009, 28 Nov 2009

BBC Radio 4 “Woman’s Hour: Law changes for prostitution and lap dancing”
Discussion of changes in the law on prostitution
25 March 2010 

BBC Radio 4 “Woman’s Hour: Job Centre adverts for the adult entertainment industry” 
Discussion on the advertising of jobs in the adult entertainment industry in Job Centres 
2 August 2010

Yorkshire Evening Post “Leed’s hidden sex trade: Prostitution's legalisation - the debate for and against”
The case against legalisation of prostitution
14 January 2011
 
 
Women in London “Criminal records for punters from 1 April awareness-raising stunt”
Awareness-raising action carried out by OBJECT and Eaves prior to the change in the law criminalising those who pay for sex
31 March 2010
  
Greater London Authority “Deputy Mayor leads crackdown on London's vice trade”
8 December 2009
Efforts by the London Mayor and leading women’s rights groups, including OBJECT, to eliminate adverts for prostitution in London telephone boxes

Croydon Guardian “Jobcentre 'Pimpcentre' for carrying sex ads, anti-trafficking campaigners say”
16 April 2009
Protesters picket Jobcentre Plus regarding advertising jobs in the adult entertainment industry

 

Personnel Today “Jobcentre picketed by anti-sex industry protestors”
27 March 2009
Jobcentre Plus dubbed "Pimpcentre Plus" for continuing to advertise jobs in the adult entertainment industry

 


 


 

Feminism / Sexism:


International Business Times
 "Hamleys toy store attacked by Feminists over sexist signs"
Hamleys to change signs after highlighted as being gender biased
13 December 2011

Independent 
“Tesco slammed over ‘sexist’ t-shirt”
20 February 2011
Tesco is criticised for encouraging voyeurism of women through its t-shirt slogans

**Stylist “I am a feminist because I believe in women’s rights”
Analysis of what it means to be a feminist in 2010, featuring OBJECT’s Campaign’s Manager Anna van Heeswijk 
9 June 2010

Coventry Telegraph “Beauty contests: Old-fashioned fun or sexist nonsense?” 
The rise of beauty pageants and increasing objectification of women
26 March 2010

Times Online “Rules of 'mengagement'; are men's engagement rings a sign of equality?
The new trend of men wearing engagement rings and discussion of whether this represents increasing gender equality
18 February 2010

  Independent “The march of the new feminists”
The resurgence of women’s rights groups and activism including OBJECT's Feminist Fridays and Reclaim the Night marches 
29 November 2009

The Sun
 “Pass the sauce”
OBJECT comments on the growing trend of eating sushi off women and objectification of women
28 August 2009

 

 

 

Sexualisation of girls:

The Guardian “Too much, too young? Retailers still selling over-sexualised clothing to kids”
Survey by The Guardian about the sexualisation and objectification of young girls by major retailers
16 April 2010

 


Hooters:

Daily Mail "Quango officials spend £38,000 of taxpayers' money on food and drink... including 'business lunch' for three at Hooters"
OBJECT’s Campaign’s Manager Anna van Heeswijk comments on inappropriate use of public money
12 February 2012

Daily Telegraph "Office of Fair Trading spent £80 of taxpayers' money on meal at Hooters restaurant"
12 February 2012

Daily Telegraph “Marks & Spencer faces boycott over “sexist” Hooters restaurant deal”
Marks & Spencers recieves criticism for allowing a Hooters restaurant to open on one of its unused premises 
19 September 2010





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