A British charity for abused women plans to turn the pages of England’s top-selling book into 50 shades of brown.
Wearside Women in Need initially expressed its disapproval of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey in August and hatched a planned to set the books aflame in a bonfire, but now they've spun it into a more eco-friendly campaign.
On Aug. 23, the group — located near Newcastle in northeast England — launched its “Fifty Shades of Abuse” campaign. Clare Phillipson, director of the charity, labeled the steamy novel “disgusting” and “vile,” and asked local residents to donate copies of the bestseller, with the intent of burning them in protest, the Sunderland Echo reported. She said the book’s proceeds would be better spent helping victims of abuse.
There is much more to this story from TIME, to read about it CLICK HERE.