Amy started the Boise Rad Fat Collective, "a group of socially engaged Idahoans of all shapes and sizes who are fed up with mainstream media and society telling us what a valuable body should do\be\act\look like," she wrote on her blog.
So, in an effort to spread self-love, Amy walked out to a market in Boise, Idaho, took off her clothes, blindfolded herself, and asked strangers to draw hearts on her body.
Her sign 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 <3 on my body."
After just a few moments, people began to stop and participate in this experiment.
People wrote incredibly kind words and added their fair share of hearts.
Some of the compliments included "Badass," "Love," "Strong," "Thank You," "You are beautiful," and "Stand strong."
She told BuzzFeed the reaction from the video has been an "overwhelmingly positive one! So many people believe that all bodies are good bodies."