Advertising Standards Board: Stop sex industry billboards outside schools

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Leela Collins
7 years ago
The quality of innocence in human beings is so under attack it is turning them into beings who are out of touch with their pure feelings of joy. It hits harder when this attack directly targets children as this innocent joy is their natural state. www.freemeditation.com.au

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Hannah Docking
7 years ago
Because the sexulisation of girls is disgusting.

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Joanne Holland
7 years ago
I am tired of the minority being given the okay on aspects of sexuality that have a detrimental impact on our children.

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Alice Jackson
7 years ago
The advertisement of strip clubs is detrimental to everyone!
women: start to believe that they should look and act in an unacheivable way to please men.
men:expect such unrealistic and sexist standards from women.
children: grow up with a sense that women should be represented like this- bringing societies progression right back to the 1950's.
STOP STRIP CLUB ADVERTISING

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Samantha Goodwin
7 years ago
It's offensive and my children don't need to be exposed to it.

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Tamryn Descroizilles
7 years ago
We have 3 boys whom we endeavour to raise as mature men capable of lasting relationships with their wives and children. Men who will be a strong foundation in their communities. These ads are not only offensive and degrading to women, they contradict and undermine our values leaving no safe public place to take our children.

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Penne Lamb
7 years ago
I do not allow my children to see these images at home, so why should they be subject to such images while driving in the car. These images should be kept private, so as not to pervert a childs mind at an early age.

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Susan Bishop
7 years ago
I find this type of advertising totally abhorrent. To place a billboard adjacent to a school, more specifically, a secondary boys school is blatantly cutting across the rights of all who travel through public areas. No choice of whether the public wishes to view this suggestive imagery is given. I implore legislators to pass legislation to ban the display, in the public domain, of material any other than "G" rated.

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Brough Paul
7 years ago
Yes, keep this smut away from schoolzones.

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Geoff Harvey
7 years ago
Totally inappropriate advertising for young people should not be in public places.