As more companies merge and consolidate, it's hard to know where your money is going these days.  Yet you still want to spend your hard-earned feminist dollars wisely.

 Therefore o.a.g. has compiled a list of companies and products to consider girlcotting.  It is not exhaustive, but enough to get you started.  o.a.g. certainly doesn't expect you to be able to avoid them all, but do what you can. Many thanks to everyone at the Ms. Boards who helped with the research.






Because Nestle promotes artificial infant feeding around the world, breaking a World Health Organization code of marketing.

Also because of their British chocolate bar, the "Yorkie," which females are "forbidden" to buy because it's "too intense for girls."

more info here

Coors beers

Because they fund right-wing anti-gay foundations, and because of their sexist advertising ("here's to twins").

more info here

Budweiser Beer

Continually striving to bring you the newest, most innovative sexist advertising.

The New Mexico Literacy Project says: At Budweiser, sexist bad taste has become purposeful policy. In its ongoing attempt to resonate with young males by emphasizing a crude and anti-female machismo, Anheiser-Busch wins our Ugly Advertiser Award. Their ads consistently pit the value of women against the value of beer, and women always lose.

Coke Products and have documented human rights and anti-union violations at Coca-Cola bottling plants in Colombia

Mike's Hard Lemonade -

Sponsors of THE MAN SHOW, including the charming "win a date with a Juggy" promotion.

see the site

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Claiming to be "sweatshop-free," American Apparel exploits women instead. Ads resemble amateur porn, plus owner Dov Charney proudly masturbated in front of a Jane Magazine reporter eight times while she was researching an article about him. Charney says, "Of course, the women are sexualized in the images, but I don't think anything's wrong with that. It's not just about being socially conscious, it's about being a profitable company."

Read more at:



This one hurts, because o.a.g. really likes to shop at Target.
This info was forwarded by an associate:

“Planned Parenthood Federation of America is protesting a policy by retailer Target that allows pharmacists at 1,150 of its more than 1,300 stores to send customers elsewhere to obtain the emergency contraceptive Plan B, which can prevent pregnancy if taken within 72 hours of sexual intercourse, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.

The policy allows pharmacists to refuse to dispense EC if it is against their religious beliefs but requires them to fill prescriptions for all other medications. Target spokesperson Lena Michaud said that if a pharmacist refuses to fill a prescription for EC, they are expected to see if another pharmacist in the store is available to fill it. If not, they are required to call a different pharmacy to confirm that it provides EC and has it in stock so that the customer can get her prescription filled. According to Target officials, incidents in which a pharmacist refuses to fill a prescription for EC seldom occur.”

Because they run 65-cent-an-hour sweatshops, and most of their sweatshop workers are women and girls.


Victoria's Secret

“Because their advertising looks like soft-core porn.
VS is owned by the Limited Corporation, which also owns The Limited and Limited Too, Express, Bath & Body Works, The White Barn Candle Company, and C.O. Bigelow.”

Herbal Essences Shampoo

Because of their nauseating "orgasm in the shower" commercials.  Parent company is Clairol, so girlcott them too if you're feeling ambitious.

Abercrombie & Fitch In Abercrombie World, college-age girls are cheerfully slutty (shirts that say: You’re at the Top of My To-Do List and This Shirt Would Look Great on Your Floor); meanwhile, their male counterparts make rotten boyfriends (shirts that say: I’ll Call I Swear and You Can Fake It But I Can Fake An Entire Relationship).

The company got into some trouble in late 2005 for marketing the following tees to younger girls:
Blondes Are Adored, Brunettes Are Ignored
I Make You Look Fat
Who Needs Brains When You Have These?
These were discontinued after successful girlcott by Women and Girls Foundation of Southwest Pennsylvania.

You may also recall the thongs for preteens, imprinted with the phrase "Eye Candy."

Lately, they have switched to the non-controversial “appearance comes first” mindset for their younger female target market, with shirts that say Stressed Out From Shopping and I Am What I Wear.

In conclusion, they suck. Girlcott them.

PETA  (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)

...where only women are treated like meat.

See Nikki Craft's website

Firstly, they do not enforce their community use guidelines whatsoever, and consequently there is absolutely no oversight of artwork. You can upload artwork that says I RAPED YOUR MOM and CafePress will happily print it for you on any of 33 different products. If enough people complain, your products might be removed, but someone else can upload the exact same thing a week later.
Previously removed products have included shirts that say It’s only rape if she says no, so gag the bitch, and infant onesies that say Can’t rape the willing!

Secondly, they use American Apparel materials, and you already know how we feel about them.
Thirdly, they allow customers to pirate other artists’ work.
Finally, the quality of their printing sucks also. It’s like an iron-on patch.



Mitchum Products
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These are some of the largest corporations in the world.  They own everything.  Good luck.


A massive class-action lawsuit filed in June 2001accuses Wal-Mart of consistently paying women lower wages than men and failing to promote them to managerial positions as often.

According to the filing, since1996, women at Wal-Mart have earned less than men holding the same jobs in nearly every job category.

Other incidents of gender discrimination:

  •  Over objections from a woman executive, senior management regularly referred to female store employees as �little Janie Qs� and �girls�

  • Female managers were required to go to Hooters sports bars as well as strip clubs for meetings and office outings

  •  The most senior human resources executive at Wal-Mart says that Hooters is an appropriate place to have company meetings

  • A female assistant manager in Utah was told by her store manager that retail is �tough� and not �appropriate� for women

  • Another manager in Texas told a female employee that women have to be �bitches� to survive Wal-Mart management, while a Sam�s Club manager in California told another woman that she should �doll-up� to get promoted

  • Managers have repeatedly told women employees that men �need to be paid more than women because they have families to support�

  • A female personnel manager in Florida was told by her manager that men were paid more than women because �men are here to make a career and women aren�t. Retail is for housewives who just need to earn extra money.�

  • A male manager in South Carolina told a female employee that �God made Adam first, so women would always be second to men�

  • A female manager in Arizona was told she got paid less than a less qualified male because she �didn�t have the right equipment.�

Nearly 750,000 women work as �sales associates� in Wal-Mart stores.  On average these women earn $6.10 per hour, or $12,688 per year if they work full-time. This wage puts many of their families below the poverty level � half would qualify for food stamps.

For more information, see or read Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich

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These companies are funding his re-election campaign:





United Airlines

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Here are the top 11 donors to the party of George W. Bush.

1. MBNA                                  $3.0million
(huge credit card company - you probably have one of their cards.)

2.  Philip Morris                       $2.9m
(owns Kraft and Nabisco)

3. Microsoft Corp                     $2.4m

4. Bristol Myers Squibb           $2.1m
(Pravachol and Plavis)

5. Pfizer                                      $1.9m
(Visine, Lubriderm, Lipitor, Zoloft, Viagra, Zyrtec, Zantac, Dramamine, Benadryl, Listerine)

6. Citigroup                                 $1.8m
(Citibank, CitiFinancial, Diner's Club)

7. Time Warner/AOL                 $1.6m
(owns most media, see for a complete list)

8. Amway                                    $1.3m
(pyramid scheme products)

9. Glaxo SmithKline                    $1.3m
(Zyban, Paxil, Tagamet, Flonase, Dexedrine)

10. Exxon Mobil                          $1.2m
(World's 2nd largest oil company, featuring Exxon, Esso, and Mobil brands)

11. News Corp                            $1.2m
(owns everything; for a complete list see


While you were paying record prices for gas, they were making record profits.
“The oil giant raked in $8.42 billion in the fourth quarter and more than $25 billion for all of 2004, both record-high profits in its history. Exxon Mobil blew away Wall Street forecasts, as higher oil and natural-gas prices offset a slight dip in production.”
“High prices for crude oil, gasoline and natural gas helped Exxon Mobil Corp. to its highest-ever quarterly profit, $9.92 billion, up 75 percent from the third quarter last year, the company said yesterday.”
We advise buying Citgo gas. It may not cost much less, but at least the money will be going to the people of Venezuela, instead of a few obscenely rich white men.
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