We aim to raise awareness about the harms of pornography, to share our learning with legislators and build a movement against pornography in the UK.

Click Off draws from the research and experience of feminists. We are non-partisan and our opposition to pornography is not faith-based.

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Campaigner @Serenit39012136 is also working with @publiclawcentre to ensure that women at risk of exploitation, or those who are survivors of violence, have access to safe and secure housing. Find out more about the campaign here https://t.co/LNVtlpi9tU

Just interviewed the incredible @Serenit39012136 about her experiences in the sex industry and her work today as a campaigner with @YouMySister. You can read her blog here 1/2 https://t.co/cOpuawl4ht

Some hilarious content in the submissions to the body image survey. Particularly enjoyed the submission from multinational Proctor & Gamble which included analysis of the impact of dandruff on mental health. No wonder actual issues like pornography got pushed out

This is disappointing. Liberal use of 'cisgender' and 'non binary' by @Commonswomequ but no questions about pornography. Our submission made the links between poor body image & pornography clear https://t.co/1KIKwIXpWY

Two mentions of pornography in the 50 page @educationgovuk RSE guidance. It might be uncomfortable for adults to admit, but pornography is having a devastating impact on children, adults and society. They (and we) deserve better @GavinWilliamson https://t.co/G9Un6mtq5O

Really excited to be developing autism-friendly resources to help parents/ carers protect their kids from harm. These will be released shortly and available to download from our website.