A strip club has been banned from using images of women dressed up as schoolgirls after claims that the images ‘sexualise children’.
Urban Tiger, a strip club in Bristol, promoted their ‘St Trinian’s’ style evening by using dancers dressed in white shirts, short tartan skirts and high boots intended to look like school uniforms.
Another similar image was posted to the club’s Facebook page, asking punters: ‘Like women in school uniform? Come along tonight.’
Roz Hardie, chief executive of Object, which campaigns against the sexualisation of women, said: ‘If you’ve got the sexualisation of children through adverts it does help to create the context where schoolchildren are being seen as sexual objects.