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NSFW: College Student Creates Powerful Anti-Trump Photo Shoot

Warning: These photos are NSFW.

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After Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, the media switched its attention from his qualifications for the presidency to the creepy people he’s appointing to his cabinet, questionable ties to Russia, and infantile Twitter tirades. But it’s important to remember that over his five decades in the public eye, Trump has said some repulsive things about women. That’s why a photography project by Aria Watson is so important.


Upset by the election results, Watson, a student at Clatsop Community College in Oregon, made a bold statement on Trump’s misogyny for her final project. “When Trump beat Clinton, my heart shattered,” she told Buzzfeed News. “I knew I had to create something different.” She created a photography project featuring young women with Trump’s quotes scrawled across their scantily clad bodies. “All I wanted from these photos was to help people realize who Donald Trump really is, and I just want to feel heard,” she said. “I know most people are set on their opinions about Trump, but I just hope one person sees ‘#SignedByTrump’ and it opens their eyes.”

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