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- Protests against Donald Trump
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Protests against Donald Trump
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Snopes needs your help! Learn more. A photograph shows women who gathered to "scream" at President Donald Trump "through their vaginas. However, a reverse image search indicated that the image had been circulating since at least February , well before President Donald Trump was elected. A number of backstories were previously attributed to the photograph.
Artist Spencer Tunick is known for his startling images of the naked body, hitting the news earlier this month for his Sea of Hull project in which thousands of men and women stripped off and painted themselves blue. Now just weeks later, his next installation saw a group of women bare all on the eve of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Writing on his website, Mr Tunick said: "Republicans, Democrats and all other political parties were welcome to take part reflecting their anger through art against the hateful repressive rhetoric of many in the Republican Party towards women and minorities. Entitled Everything She Says Means Everything, the photographs feature women holding large mirror discs claiming to reflect the "knowledge and wisdom of progressive women and the concept of Mother Nature". One hundred women will appear in the final result, which will be unveiled shortly before the November 8 election, but more than 1, initially signed up to take part. Morning Robinson, 18, took part with her mother "to do something a little different" before going off to college.
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Over , people are estimated to have taken to the streets of London today to protest Donald Trump's visit. Plans for protests have been in place since the first uttering of the possibility that Donald Trump might visit the UK. This week, as people took to the streets in London to unite in solidarity against all that the US President represents, we spoke to women from those who had skipped school for the day to Americans on holiday and even BAFTA-winning actor Julie Christie, and asked them what was at the forefront of their minds as they waved their placards. Johanna Grootblumik: "I'm American but I've lived here for years. When I first came to the UK Obama was president and there was so much hope. Me marching today, this is me sticking it to them. I'm here today because the situaution is really grave.
The women gathered hesitantly in front of the county courthouse , many of them holding signs. At first there were a few, then a few more, and then more than At first, as they marched down Main Street, they got thumbs up and honks of support. Soon, a parade of pickup trucks followed, led by a truck full of fraternity brothers from the nearby college in Buckhannon, a small town in north central West Virginia. Some were hit with pebbles and debris. When another truck dropped firecrackers, the women, some with children, tried not to run or scream. Among them was Lisa Hollen, a soft-spoken speech pathologist, who had changed jobs after the election because of how pro-Trump the school she worked at had become.
When Americans look abroad these days, they see Donald Trumps everywhere: In Brazil, whose new president, Jair Bolsonaro, endorses torture, threatens to pull out of the Paris climate-change agreement, and suggests that his country was better off under military rule. In the Philippines, where President Rodrigo Duterte has overseen the extrajudicial killing of thousands of alleged drug dealers and threatened to impose martial law nationwide.