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An Australian photographer is the behind the ‘Underneath We Are Women‘ project, a photobook that aims to represent diversity through “100 women, 100 bodies 100 stories.”

It’s a pretty simple premise — ask women from all different walks of life, with different bodies to strip down to their underwear, and take a photo. But it’s doing a bunch of good, and not just for the women being shot.

Amy Herrmann first got the idea when she was revisiting an old university workbook. “I’d stuck in a Bonds advertisement featuring a woman in underwear, and it had a note from me beside it that said ‘use different bodies’,” she told Mashable Australia. Read more…

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Undressing for visibility: Project captures women’s raw beauty