Sunday, 28 August 2011

JXCESS brand

Jxcess brand is sold at Universal, Globalize, edge, live clothing stores. You can contact any of these stores as well as Jxcess directly,

Hustler brand (Killer Instinct clothing)

There are many stores around the country that sell Killer Instinct clothing (which includes Hustler brand, 187 brand and a few others). See the stockists and their contact details here. Some of the stockists are actually adult shops, if that proves the point that they contain adult content any more! 

Hustler brand (the same brand as the magazine) produces very graphic t-shirts, frequently with women being gagged, with black tape over their nipples, or a bar through their eyes- because we wouldn't want to see the woman's eyes and remember she is actually a person, would we?

I have only posted photos of t-shirts that I myself have seen for sale in clothing stores. There are many other more graphic ones that are likely being sold around the nation- but the following are what I have seen in clothing stores.

"Trust no bitch"

This is not Hustler brand, this one is SKIN brand, seen in Krazy Tees, with the others.

Thursday, 25 August 2011

New Generation stores

New Generation sells all these t-shirts, including brands Death by zero and Nena and Pasadena, which due to their many sexualised t-shirts received their own blog posts. You can find their contact details by clicking the links.

You can contact New Generation via email:

Or, if they have a store near you, go and tell them what you think of their clothing.

Death by zero t-shirt, slogan "Catholic school girls rule" featuring a topless girl. Classy as always.

Inspektor t-shirt, slogan reads "Privacy is a myth" along the image that appears to be looking through a keyhole at the woman. Read into that what you think.

Monday, 22 August 2011


All of these shirts, except for the very last one, were advertised on Westfield's own online shopping website. Does Westfield condone this clothing and its strong message about women?

Contact Westfield here:

Contact Surfstitch at


Factorie has a habit of objectifying women, by reducing them to their body parts. Several examples below include a woman's body without a head. Others are straight from Playboy. Slogans include "Desire" above a headless woman's almost naked body, and "Cheap and Nasty" above another semi-naked woman.



You can contact Factorie on the online form on their website.