ACL Spokesperson for Women and Children, Wendy Francis, discusses the upcoming Australian Summit Against Sexual Exploitation, which will address cleaning up outdoor advertising among other issues.
The Australian Christian Lobby has welcomed a decision by the WA Director of Liquor Licensing to refuse an application to introduce topless women as so-called adult entertainment in a bar in Merriwa, in Perth’s north.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes moves to rid New South Wales roads of sexist, obscene and offensive slogans, and urges the government to prioritise the protection of our children from this unnecessary and extremely offensive advertising.
They gloated about obscene images of people wearing only sand shoes that they marketed to children and adults.
Volley Australia should apologise to children and the wider community for subjecting them to highly sexualised advertising to sell sport shoes, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby has called for consistency in advertising standards following the passing of legislation yesterday that removes offensive advertising, like that promoted on many Wicked Camper vans, off Queensland roads.
Today is known as Valentine’s Day - a day when we’re encouraged to celebrate all things pertaining to romance and love. Newsagents and florists love the financial boost they get. Red hearts abound. Grocery stores sell lots of chocolate. Tradition tells us that the day is named after a third century Catholic priest, who was martyred on this day. And there are ominous signs that true romance, celebrated on this day, is also on its deathbed.
Promoters of the movie Fifty Shades Darker, now in cinemas across Australia, are trivialising the damage done by domestic violence, warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes the decision by the Advertising Standards Board that Honey Birdette’s Christmas advertising in Westfield shopping centres was offensive and contravened community standards.
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Today, the Australian Christian Lobby has repeated its call for Volley shoes to remove sexually explicit advertising from its website and to uphold a ruling over the campaign by the Advertising Standards Board.
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