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Child Eyes video....coming soon!

Dear Fantastic Supporters,

We’re busy working on a video which we hope will demonstrate why we believe the government needs to do more to protect children from pornography and sexualised images in shops and public places. 40 more words

Culture of Confidentiality

Clare Perry, the rising star in the Conservative Party and David Cameron’s new advisor on childhood has said some eminently sensible and refreshing things today which will no doubt cause Louise Mensch to turn a shade of green. 1,118 more words


Outdoor Ads? They're Alright By Us

Credos (the think tank for advertising) unveiled an interesting piece of research last week, investigating public views on the use of sexualised imagery (think girls in bikinis and boys wearing briefs) in outdoor advertising. 396 more words

Sniffing The Air, Outdoors

By the OMC’s Poster Boy

Today’s Guardian  reports that the ASA has upheld complaints against a Marks & Spencer outdoor ad for being “overtly sexual.” 285 more words

New blog ... Finally ...

So! We managed to choose the worst possible two weeks ever to go on a family holiday. (You’ll be pleased to know we enjoyed the break.) 899 more words

Sexualisation Of Girls

Bailey Report Recommends Network Filters

The recent Bailey Review highlights many different aspects of the sexualisation of children in society today. Entitled Letting Children be Children – Report of an Independent Review of the Commercialisation and Sexualisation of Childhood… 427 more words


A focus on 'responsible marketing' with the Bailey Review

  By Clare Melford, CEO of IBLF

As a former MTV executive, I was very interested to read about the Bailey Review (‘Letting Children be Children’), published in the UK media last week. 477 more words