7-Eleven In Australia Removes Porn Magazines Due To Feminist Complaints
7-Eleven Magazine Ban

Collective Shout , an Australian feminist organization, bombarded the executive board at 7-Eleven with complaints about the convenience store chain hosting pornographic magazines. In response, the CEO of 7-Eleven in Australia replied to the complaints, acquiescing to their demands by having more than 700 stores bar the stock and display of pornographic magazines.

It started with written complaints and tweets from feminists, as evident in the tweet below from September 3rd, 2019.

Shortly after the complaints were made, 7-Eleven CEO Angus McKay responded to Collective Shout, conceding to their demands and replying to them with a statement about the removal of the magazines. McKay’s response was published in a post over on Collective Shout’s website, where McKay stated…

“Once the nature of these magazines was brought to our attention, before your organisation contacted me, we made a stock recommendation change. I would acknowledge we should have been more across the nature of these magazines and taken action earlier. That said, once the team were made aware of the material they acted and changed our recommended range quickly.

 

“I have personally written to all franchisees and store managers asking for the removal of these magazines. The note makes my, and the company’s, view on these magazines very clear.

 

“Each store in our network is visited by a member of our operations team. They have been instructed to follow through on my instructions as a priority.”

According to Australian outlet C-Store, McKay wasn’t just paying lip-service to Collective Shout. It was reiterated that the pornographic magazines would be removed from the Australian convenience stores, with McKay telling them…

“The material does not fit within the values of 7-Eleven. That is why we made the decision to remove these products from our stores. They have been instructed to follow through on my instructions as a priority.”

Collective Shout is basically a feminist version of NCOSE, also known as the National Center On Sexual Exploitation. In the same way that NCOSE is trying to get all porn wiped off the internet, including targeting video games on Steam, Collective Shout is all about targeting material that they deem objectifying to women.

Over on the about page, Collective Shout is described as the following…

“Collective Shout is a grassroots campaigns movement against the objectification of women and the sexualisation of girls.

 

“Collective Shout is for anyone concerned about the increasing pornification of culture and the way its messages have become entrenched in mainstream society, presenting distorted and dishonest ideas about women and girls, sexuality and relationships.”

The FAQ page reveals more about their motivations, where they openly state that they’re against women even choosing to go into the beauty and modeling industry, claiming that women are brainwashed from an early age to value their beauty, writing…

“[…] Girls are under increasing pressure to fit a narrow beauty standard and a sexualised mould. A culture that affirms girls for conforming to these standards is one in which women will be willing to participate in their own exploitation. Collective Shout believes in challenging and changing this toxic culture, rather than focusing on the choices of individual women.”

This kind of militant activism is what prompted for car shows to fire female models, for the F1 organization to get rid of grid girls, and for the professional darts association to terminate the employ of walk-on ladies.

However, it didn’t take militant feminists to get 7-Eleven in Japan to kowtow to the complaints about removing the H-magazines from their store shelves. With the 2020 Olympics coming up and media pressure to present the tourist hotspots in Japan as Westerner-friendly, the convenience store chain and other grocery stores axed their stock of hentai magazines.

The war on all things that appeal to heterosexual males is constantly escalating, but there are the typical Centrists™ who insist that there is no agenda, that there is no attack on straight white males, and that everything is fine. Well, the censorship of games, movies, magazines, and other forms of media proves that everything is not fine.

Unfortunately, the majority are already duped into the agenda-driven brainwashing, and at this point we’re just seeing the bale of censorship roll down the hill of hobbies, covering up everything in its wake that we hold dear; much to the delight of propagandists.

(Thanks for the news tip Diabolical)

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