100 Bucket Nekid Women Protest at the Republican National Convention


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The wandering  out of touch jogger or tourists, that happened upon Quicken Loans Arena in downtown Cleveland Ohio on the early morning of July 17th, 2016, may have thought they had come upon a nudists camp that had cropped up overnight.Some may have even though they were witnessing some sordid porn b level casting call.

At some point visible to those that had access to the arena would be  the sight of 100 naked women.

It was no nudist camp or some b level porn casting call. It was politics.

The women, from a variety  of states and countries and of a myriad of ages,  start arriving at 6:20 a.m.

Some of the women were there to disrobe to send a message to Donald Trump while others just wanted to take the opportunity to proudly remind Trump and others the power of femininity.

The photographer and documentary producer, Spencer Tunick  had requested the women to bring a cover in the event cops arrived and tried to thwart the protest based on  the public nudity, which is illegal in Ohio.

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Get the full spill on the nude protest  HERE

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Author: Geo Gee

I'm a curious one that finds politics, social issues, and diverse progressive solutions interesting. I believe information and education are the most powerful weapons one can arm himself with. Those two dynamics alone open the doors to opportunities. I also subscribe to each one teach one for a better world for all.

3 thoughts on “100 Bucket Nekid Women Protest at the Republican National Convention”

    1. “Sho ya right!” As Old Uncle Eugene would say “If ya gon “scrip” “scrip” fo some money a rang and house or a cause or sumptin. Jus don’t be “outchea” taking ya bloomers off fo random Kneegrows – ain’t no future or profit in that dumbness. And I agree – feminine energy is a powerful thing – I was elated to see these women wield it for a worthy cause.

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