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Amateur china post provocative photos of themselves online to challenge people's prejudices and demand a law against violence in the home.

Advocates for women's rights across China are publishing nude photos of themselves as nude of a growing online movement pushing for the speedy enactment of picture anti-domestic violence law.

Xiong Jinga year-old web editor with a graduate degree in gender studies, was one person taking part in the campaign. She signed an online petition, expected to garner 10, signatures, that would be sent to the National People's China to call for action.

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As part of the battle, she posted pictures of herself naked online to challenge misconceptions about what it means to be a victim. I hope it gets people thinking about the relationship between domestic violence and the naked body," Xiong said.

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I wanted to use picture approach to show my support for women nude hairy redheaded women raise awareness about violence against women. The campaign, which started on November 6, has already collected over 5, signatures.

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Among the petition's demands are calls for more transparency in the legislative process to allow greater participation by ordinary people, a legal mechanism to ensure accountability, and funds for non-government organisations that help women.

Beijing has included the anti-domestic violence ordinance in its legislative agenda, but Feng Yuan nude, chairwoman of the China Anti-Domestic Violence Network, expected it would be another two to three years picture the NPC enacted the law.

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The decision to publish the nude photos was being made by women individually and not part of an orchestrated effort. Many of the women do not know each other and hail from different parts of the country, including Hong Kong, Shandong and Beijing.

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China of the photos show women with slogans written across their chests in red ink, which symbolises blood. Like many of the women involved, Dian Dian, a year-old graduate student in history at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, posted her picture because she believed it was the right thing to do. I think that's really admirable," Dian said, adding that she then did not hesitate to post a picture of herself.