http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/nm/20030117/od_nm/nude_dc_1 Women Bare All in the Name of Peace SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Donna Sheehan wants to stop what she believes is the U.S. military's naked aggression in Iraq by taking off her clothes and getting women across the world to do the same. The 72-year-old California artist has recruited her friends and neighbors to use their nude bodies to spell out the words "No War" and "Peace" in protests that are drawing attention and spurring women worldwide to bare all in the name of peace. "We are doing this from the heart and from a feeling of desperation," Sheehan said. "It is a wonderful, physical way of creating a powerful statement." Sheehan said she receives about 25 e-mails a day from people who are interested in shedding their clothes like the Northern California women who plan a "major" protest action at an anti-war rally in San Francisco on Saturday. Women in Montana posed nude in a snowstorm while a group in England has carried out a number of their own high-profile peace photos sans clothes. Men are also getting into the act, which Sheehan said made it necessary to change the group's name from "Unreasonable Women Baring Witness" to "Baring Witness." "We are calling it a national spelling bee and there are actions popping up just like crop circles, mysterious here and there," Sheehan said. Sheehan said the idea for her first protest came to her in a dream and was reinforced by the Nigerian women who threatened to disrobe last year in a fight with Chevron-Texaco over more jobs and services in their local community. The artist eventually convinced about 50 women in her small town of Marshall just north of San Francisco to take part in the first peace photo back in November. Since then there have been two other photo shoots with women aged between 20 to 83.