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Activism and Implicit Censorship;

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Jude Roberts

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Thursday, April 24, 2014
Activism and Implicit Censorship;
- Romola Garai in The Guardian, 13/10/13
- Martin Daubney, ex-editor of Loaded, in The Daily Mail, 08/06/2012
- Kat Banyard in The Guardian, 23/06/2013
Anita Anand (Host): ‘What is in these magazines? What it is that's particularly objectionable to you that's in them?'

Caroline Lucas: 'I think it is the very very graphic and explicit illustration of women in subservient, very sexualized positions. I mean it doesn't take too much imagination probably to see what these are like or to imagine what these are like and I think that issue is is not some kind of prudishness, what it is is about is making a link which in fact the government's own report, they did a report called 'Sexualisation of Young People' and they found themselves that there is a clear link between the consumption of sexualised images, a tendency to view women as objects and the acceptance of aggressive attitudes and behaviour as the norm and when you see studies as well like for example the NSPCC study that says that one in three girls believe that there are some circumstances when for example it's ok to force a woman to have sex, or one in three girls in a YouGov poll saying that they experienced groping or other unwanted sexual touching at schools. But those aren't happening in a vacuum, there are links I think between that kind of behaviour and a culture in which the objectification of women is normalized and made more acceptable.’
- Lose the Lads' Mags FAQ
- Lose the Lads' Mags Homepage
- Lose the Lads' Mags FAQ
The Independent
The Guardian
The Daily Mail
The Telegraph
Or, what we can see
Jude Roberts
j.roberts@bbk.ac.uk
1984: Freedom and Censorship in the Media: where are we now?
- Lose the Lads' Mags Press Release 26/05/2013
- Lose the Lads' Mags Press Release 26/05/2013
- Lose the Lads' Mags 'About' Page
- Lose the Lads’ Mags Press Release 13/10/13
- Kat Banyard
- Sophie Bennett
- Lose the Lads' Mags Press Release 28/06/2013
- Lose the Lads' Mags Press Release 23/08/2013
- Co-operative Group Press Release 29/07/2013
- Richard Broadbent, Tesco CEO, quoted in
Lose the Lads' Mags Press Release 28/06/2013
- Lose the Lads' Mags Press Release 29/07/2013
- Interview on Woman’s Hour with Caroline Lucas, Green Party MP and prominent Lose the Lads’ Mags Supporter 14/10/2013
The Times
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