Let the battle begin.

My Partner in Crime and her cultural experience buying stationary with her Daughters the other day at their local porn store, I mean, newsagent.

Questions for Us

In the UK, Kat Banyard – founder of UK Feminista – started a campaign to Lose the Lads’ Mags.

She has signatures from lawyers supporting her push to have leading businesses, like Tesco, cease to continue stocking magazines – such as ZOO – in their stores.

As it states in the linked article (whilst looking through a ZOO magazine):

Banyard points to one advertising sex line workers who are “just 18” and a bigger ad, on the facing page, promising “Asian Dolls: find your perfect Oriental escort NOW!”. She winces slightly. “I find it staggering that high street retailers sell these magazines mean, they’ve been on their shelves for years, but I still find it staggering that they expect customers and employees to be exposed to this and also that they think it’s OK to profit from them.”

I think this drive is fantastic.

I want to do it here…

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It’s a Porn world after all!

Step aside women and children, it’s a Porn world at the whim of men’s desires. But we aren’t stepping aside and we will not be silent bystanders to the continual degradation of our sex, especially in front of our children’s eyes.

‘Questions for Women’ and I are about to tackle this sexually discriminating issue in Australia head on, so tonight I popped into my local service station for a few quick snaps of this. Continue reading