Wednesday, 20 July 2016

AMERICA:--Naked women protest against Donald Trump as president

– More than a hundred women
stripped and posed naked into
protest against Donald Trump
– The mass undressing was
organised ahead of the
Republican Party convention in
Cleveland, Ohio, US
A nude female protest against
Donald Trump, who is known for
his derogatory attitude to women
and minority communities, has taken
place on the eve of the Republican
Party convention in Cleveland.
The event will mark the official
naming of Donald Trump as the
Republican nominee for the 2016 US
presidential race.
Photographer Spencer Tunick, who
created the art
installation “Everything She Says
Means Everything,” explained the
idea of the project: “I have two
daughters and a wife. I can’t believe
the language and rhetoric of hate
against women and minorities
coming from the Republican Party.”
Actually, more than 1,800 have
expressed their willingness to strip
naked in an exhibition of
displeasure, of whom only 100 were

Nude ladies of all races, all ages
and sexes are seen holding large
mirrors that sreflect “the
knowledge and wisdom of
progressive women and the concept
of ‘Mother Nature’ into and onto
the convention center, cityscape
and horizon of Cleveland.”
“As a woman, I want to stand up for
my reproductive rights. As a
Hispanic, I want to be seen as a
member of this community. As a
first-generation American, I want to
show that anyone deserves the
opportunity to come here…

As a human being, I want to stand
up against Trump and other
Republicans whose hateful speech
towards women, immigrants, lgbt
people, and all ‘others’ is poisoning
this nation,” one of the participants
Donald Trump is an American
businessman, politician, television
personality, and author, is the
presumptive nominee of
the Republican Party for president
of the United States in 2016.
Trump’s populist positions in
opposition to illegal immigration,
various free trade agreements that
he believes are unfair, and most
military interventionism have earned
him particular support among blue-
collar voters and voters without
college degrees.
Many of his remarks have been
highly controversial and have helped
his campaign garner extensive
coverage by the mainstream media.