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EP-050 Collective Shout

Listen to Coralie Alison from The Collective Shout on your favorite podcast app:

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Coralie Alison will charm you with her beautiful Australian accent, then draw you in with her knowledge, and then empower you to make a difference against this epidemic of sexualization of women and girls by corporations on a global basis.  Coralie is the Director of Operations for Collective Shout.  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.  Listen and find out what you can do today to help this important movement.

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Collective Shout is nothing less than a grassroots campaigns movement mobilizing and equipping individuals and groups to target corporations, advertisers, marketers and media which objectify women and sexualize girls to sell products and services.

Collective Shout names, shames and exposes corporations, advertisers, marketers and media engaging in practices which are offensive and harmful, especially to women and girls, and also to men and boys.

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.  Today we have the opportunity to hear from Collective Shout’s Director of Operations, Coralie Alison to learn how we can get involved in this movement and make a difference.

Coralie is an advocacy professional with 15 years of experience in Business Management and Relationship Development Management. Coralie has managed teams of up to 40 people and has worked with hundreds of clients across Australia and the UK. She is Director of Operations and board member of Collective Shout and the Vice Chair of Porn Harms Kids.

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