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To draw attention to the plight of people with autism, Polly Tommey took her shirt off. Tommey of Hampton, U.K., and supporters launched a billboard campaign last year that grabbed the eyes of the nation, including those of Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The billboards featured 43-year-old Tommey in a push-up bra with the message: Hello Boys. Autism is worth over 6 millions votes. Its time to talk . The strategy worked, gaining Tommey and her group access to top politicians and pledges for government help.