Blog of Feminist Activism Against Porn

This is a blog of the feminist activism of Charliegrrl and others. This is not a blog to debate the ins and outs of feminism, this is a blog to inspire people to get active and take it to the streets! This blog was started to challenge lads mags bringing porn into the mainstream...who knows what the blog will become...

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Nuts Wet T-Shirt Competition and more

Nuts 9-15th June 2006

Nuts Miss Wet T-Shirt 2006!

Nuts are holding wet t-shirt competitions in clubs around the UK and the grand final will be in London. This edition shows photos of the regional competitions in Norwich and Ipswich. Information of venues and dates will be available from
www.nuts.co.uk/wettshirt although I will update when I know when and where.
I think we should organise a demo against this...what do you reckon..?

Boobs of the Week!

'Upload your lady's boobs at
www.assessmybreasts.com
With her permission, obviously..' (pg. 11)
Here they have four photos of ladies' breasts and the men have to 'assess' them...
Assess them on what exactly, how apt they seem at feeding babies with milk..?

Nuts Bikini Babe Contest 2006!

Nuts will be present at this years Rip Curl Boardmasters event in Newquay 31st July - 6th August.
Women are encouraged to send their bikini poses to Nuts, with a chance to be selected to appear at the final contest in Newquay. To the left is a pic from the 2004 competition (from BBC Cornwall Surfing Stories)


Nuts Club Strip Challenge!

Coming to a club near you...
This week they were in Liquid in Mansfield. They take pictures, step-by-step, of a woman willing to strip down to her undies and ask questions such as 'Ever had a lesbian experience..?'

Gosh they get around these guys don't they..?

2 Comments:

  • At Tuesday, 13 June, 2006, Blogger FallingStar said…

    Hi, I'm from protestnow (also a blogger though!). Your blog is great, I hope that it raises more awareness. It's also great for keeping up to date with the awful misogyny in lads magazines and the way in which they promote objectification and violence against women. Keep it up, I'll keep coming back! :)

    Liz

     
  • At Tuesday, 13 June, 2006, Anonymous Anna said…

    I was really saddened to read this "wet t-shirt" shite! I realy believed that we had made some progress in this area. I thought this sort of stuff had "had it's day" about 20yrs ago. Shit it's like some poisonious creeper that just comes back to haunt us, or a permanant 18 to 30's holiday for the lads! Some serious work needs to be done...

     

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