Amy Herrmann has created a photography series that showcases the unique and individual bodies of females. The images are meant to be shared on a global scale to present the statement that society is conditioned to label people but "Underneath We are Women."
Underneath We are Women plans to photograph 100 females wearing undergarments. This bold outfit choice presents the women in a raw and uncensored form. Society will continuously judge others, so this campaign is making it easy by showing each woman in her most vulnerable state. Ultimately, the women in the photographs will become empowered, not vulnerable. By embracing who they are and their appearance, it reduces the impact of society's toxic labels.
Woman are tall, thin, mothers, transgender, old, scarred, disabled and more, but when these labels are removed -- what's left is still a beautiful woman.