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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Powerful article making it clear why we need to shut down pornhub. If you use pornography, you are complicit https://t.co/jseQY1PBXi #traffickinghub

Like stockpiling food, it is important to think about the social implications of pornography consumption. Do you think the abuse and inherent racism and sexism in pornography is ok? Do you think it doesn't impact on society? If not, why not?

There are moves at the moment to think about the social implications of personal actions. We need to apply this to pornography. You might think its fine, but be mindful on the impact on both victims of abuse who 'perform' and indeed on society as a whole.

We really need to start recognising the part pornography plays in domestic abuse. It is used to blackmail and coerce partners into staying. Furthermore, it normalises sexual abuse. At a time when vulnerable people are trapped in unhealthy homes we need to address this.