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.

We rely entirely on donations, please consider donating to support our work.

Pleased to hear Karen Bradley MP raising awareness of the @UK_Feminista anti-trafficking this morning on #bbctoday. It should be remembered, 'sex' cannot be bought and many of those in the industry are victims of trafficking.

"Aged 11, she was first exposed to porn on social media sites, such as Tumblr, and it would have a big influence later." https://t.co/ZDEFxeCxIQ

"One in five girls around the world have left social media or substantially curbed their usage after being harassed, a major study has found."

Looking up upcoming bills in parliament. I don't mean to diminish this, because I think video games can be addictive & restrictions are needed. But how mad is it our gov is more prepared to legislate to protect kids from games than pornography? https://t.co/QP87kzVQNH

I wrote this last year, though as we still haven't had a satisfactory answer as to how the Respect Yourself guidance was ever thought fit for schools I thought it worth sharing again https://t.co/SW53pd4DMS

Good luck to the sisters braving the rain today to protest trafficking hub. There is no reason for pornography to exist in 2020, it is abuse of women, children and men #TraffickinghubLDN #InternationalDayOfNonViolence https://t.co/VY1F6woyMm ClickOffOrg photo