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By Liora K: liorakphotography.com
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Liora began the project, titled “Feminism,” in 2012, after she moved to a Republican state for the first time and heard more about proposed reproductive rights legislation that was detrimental to women.

“I was signing petitions and sharing articles, but it wasn’t really alleviating the anger I felt,” she told The Huffington Post.

Liora decided to use her skills as a photographer to spread the message that women won’t stand for their rights being scaled back. To do this, she chose to speak to individual women about the topics that matter to them, and then photograph each woman with a message about feminism written on her body.

“When I started witnessing all the attacks on birth control, abortion rights, equal pay, and retractions of protections for survivors of domestic violence, I wanted to see an artistic response,” Liora wrote on her website. “I wanted to create a body of share-able and instantly understandable work that people could connect with and use to continue to spread the word: ‘women’s rights are being sabotaged, but we are fighting back.’”