And talking of MPs ...
Our fine, upstanding members of Parliament are about to receive something saucy in their postboxes. Photos of strippers!
Ahem. Calm down at the back there. It's not another one of those stories of MPs doing things they shouldn't, I promise. No, instead it's those cheeky wags at Scope, who are stepping up their campaign to get ministers to ratify the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities without, crucially, watering down its contents.
The Convention is the first international treaty to create a specific legal framework to protect the human rights of disabled people across the globe - you can find out more about it at Scope's Time To Get Equal site (where you can also see the postcard in question!) or read what our very own Tom Shakespeare had to say on the subject a few months back.
But what sort of picture will MPs be, erm, feasting their eyes upon? Well, for those of you who can't be doing with seeing all that naked flesh - albeit with, um, various bits tastefully covered up by the Time To Get Equal logo - you might like to know that the postcard features two members of the disabled male stripper troupe The Crippendales, posing underneath a caption which reads: "The Crippendales have NO reservations ... neither should the government when it comes to disabled people's human rights".
So will it work? Will it sway some (and hopefully most) MPs? Or will some of the more nervous ones simply faint? I guess we'll just have to wait and see ...
Oh, and just to stop any queries before they happen: absolutely no one in the Ouch! team is going to pose naked, no matter how much we're offered or how good the cause. It's very cold in west London, and goosepimples don't suit us.