Amy Pence-Brown is an artist and mother of three. Her latest project was to promote self-acceptance. She stood in her underwear, blindfolded, in a public square in Boise, Idaho. What she asked people to do and the results from that request are truly inspirational. At her feet was a sign that read,

I'm standing for anyone who has struggled with a self-esteem issue like me, because all bodies are valuable. To support self-acceptance draw a '[Heart]' on my body.

By the time she was done she had more hearts on her skin than could be counted. This social experiment was a great success. Not only did people do what she asked, she also received many hugs as a sign of support. If only more people could be like the residents of Boise, the world would be a better place.