[WARNING: NSFW - Contains Nudity]
On Sunday, in the midst of the Republic National Convention in Cleveland, 100 women joined forces and stripped down, getting totally naked to make a powerful political point that won't soon be forgotten!
The mass nudity movement was spearheaded by photographer Spencer Tunick, who called the project Everything She Says Means Everything.
Back in May, he had put out a call for volunteers to flood the RNC with people's nude bodies, with just one requirement: those nude had to be women. The photographer intended to make the photography work an act of peaceful political protest to highlight and combat GOP candidate Donald Trump's hateful rhetoric towards women.
The message resonated with many women, and on Sunday, 100 came together outside the city's Quicken Loans Arena one day before the convention was scheduled to start to stage their protest in full view of the entire city.
Participant Jennifer Dienes discussed what it meant to take on Trump in this way — and do it completely naked: