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tswiftwoods

She's very confused.

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Revere Beach

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hyperbole half

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Horoscope

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#emBODYindia

A college sophomore poses in Tercentenary Theater for the #emBODYindia campaign.

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#emBODYindia

Students from all over the university are featured in the campaign. This image is of a student from the Graduate School of Design.

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#emBODYindia

A '15 college student holds a sign for the #emBODYindia campaign. The project features both male and female members of the Harvard community, and seeks to combat the unwanted sexualization of women in India.

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#emBODYindia

Disha Verma, one of the organizers of emBODYindia and co-author of the original post, has gained attention from multiple media outlets which have wrongly claimed she went topless for her image in the campaign.

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#emBODYindia

Dean Rakesh Khurana holds a sign that reads "women's rights are human rights" as part of the #emBODYindia campaign.

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#emBODYindia

Another student posing for the #emBODYindia campaign by the John Harvard statue.

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#emBODYindia gallery

#emBODYindia
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#emBODYindia

Tiana A. Abdulmassih ’15, a Crimson multimedia chair, poses for the #emBODYindia campaign.

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Uniqlo

The League
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The League

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