Donald Trump‘s run for the White House is compelling some women to strip naked … literally.
More than a hundred women turned out in Cleveland on Sunday, sans clothing, to participate in a photo shoot outside the Quicken Loans Arena, where the 2016 Republican National Convention is being held, according to Yahoo News.
And before voyeurs get too excited, “bare” in mind the photo art featured women of ALL shapes and sizes.
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The women stripped and posed naked with mirrors in an effort to portray Trump as unfit for the White House, in part due to his divisiveness.
It’s almost a guarantee that down to the very last one, these women voted for the most divisive president since Richard Milhous Nixon, that being President Barack Obama.
The photo shoot, entitled “Everything She Says Means Everything,” is the handiwork of Spencer Tunick, a photographer looking to “blend politics and art,” Yahoo News reported.
“He is a loser,” Tunick said of the presumptive GOP nominee, adding that he embarked on the photo shoot to counter “this idiotic thinking” of the Republican Party toward women and minorities.
And while public nudity is illegal in Cleveland, the photographer was able to skirt the law when the owner of private property in sight of the arena gave him permission to do the shoot.
MaPo Kinnord, 55, said she took part to oppose Republicans for making Americans afraid of Muslims and immigrants.
“To be totally naked and out in the open and to be fearless is what we need to be,” she explained.
A video of the shoot was posted on social media, along with a few photos:
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