Eye-catching illustrations of individuals cyberflashing will function in adverts on-line and on billboards throughout the nation with the message ‘It’s unlawful to flash somebody irl so why not on-line?’ Nonetheless, the genitals themselves will likely be censored by a QR code, accompanied by the hashtag #STOPCYBERFLASHING.

Folks will likely be inspired to scan the QR code with their telephones – they’ll then be taken to Brook’s marketing campaign touchdown web page to study extra about cyberflashing, and directed to a platform permitting them to immediately tweet their MP to demand their assist in banning cyberflashing.

Unsolicited nudes have been invading our inboxes for lengthy sufficient. Cyberflashing isn’t just intimidating, it’s sexual harassment which may trigger untold hurt and emotional misery to the sufferer. But it occurs each single day – in line with a 2018 YouGov ballot, a stunning 4 in ten younger ladies stated they’d been despatched {a photograph} of a penis with out having requested for one, with 46% of those ladies saying they have been below 18 when it first occurred, and 26% of 18-24 12 months outdated males have reported receiving unsolicited nudes.