December 13, 2016 1:01 pm
Updated: December 13, 2016 1:16 pm

#SignedByTrump photo series show Donald Trump’s sexist comments on women’s bodies

Oregon college student Aria Watson created a photo series featuring quotes from President-elect Donald Trump about women.

(Aria Watson/Tumblr)

WARNING: This post contains explicit language of a sexual nature. Discretion is advised.

“Young and beautiful piece of ass,” and “blood coming out of wherever” are just some of the quotes from President-elect Donald Trump that an Oregon student featured in her powerful photography series.

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Aria Watson, an 18-year-old student at Clatsop Community College, created the photos as a final project for her photography class. Titled #SignedbyTrump, the series highlights the president-elect’s notorious history of crude and sexist comments.

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Watson photographed several female models with Trump’s most misogynistic quotes drawn on their near-naked bodies.

In one photo, the words “blood coming out of her whatever” are drawn on a woman’s bare legs — a reference to a comment from Trump directed at Fox News moderator Megyn Kelly following a GOP debate which she moderated.

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Another photo features the phrase “a woman who is very flat-chested is very hard to be a 10,” painted across a woman’s bare chest and is a reference to comments made by Trump on The Howard Stern Show back in 2005.

Here is a look at some of the moving photos.

The series also features a photo that references Trump’s comments from the now notorious tape recording in which he advocates grabbing women “by the p—y.”

Watson said she was inspired to snap the photos following Trump’s win in the November presidential election over Democrat Hillary Clinton.

“When I saw that Donald Trump won my heart shattered,” Watson said in a video posted to her YouTube channel. “My heart broke for literally everyone. For all the women, for the LGBTQ community members, for the minorities, for every race that isn’t white.”

The photos have gone viral this week on social media, racking up thousands of tweets and more than 110,000 notes on Tumblr.

Throughout the election campaign Trump was accused of sexism and misogyny, including calling Clinton a “nasty woman” during a presidential debate. He called a former Miss Universe winner ‘Miss Piggy’, and several women came forward with accusations of sexual assault against the Republican.

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