The "I'm Tired" Project, run by 21-year-old Nottingham graduates Paula Akpan and Harriet Evans, is an ongoing project that aims to highlight discrimination in society.
"We're so often told that many social problems are disappearing: homophobia, racism, sexism, victim blaming" Akpan told BuzzFeed News, "but our subjects and both myself and Harriet are still facing problems like these on a daily basis."
"For us, if this project changes even one person's mind about the preconceived notions they might be holding, or inspires someone to ask more questions, or even for someone to feel more confident in themselves and think, Hey, there's someone else who goes through this too, I'm not alone, then we would be extremely happy."
Here are some of the photos and testimonies that have been shared as part of the project.
Akpan told BuzzFeed News the pair took their inspiration from the "Free The Nipple" movement and began the project to "make a difference".
"Harriet and I were bouncing ideas off of each other and thought that we could have quotations of some sort written on people's backs. This way it's anonymous if the person chooses, as you never see anyone's face, but also synonymous with the idea that someone has been labelled by society."
They also took inspiration for the blurb from Brandon Stanton's Humans of New York.
"We thought it was great to have a picture that told a story on its own, but also important for the person who's sharing their story to be able to explain their lived experiences and why it is important to them".
One man said he was "tired of being perceived as aggressive".
Reaction to the campaign has been "mostly positive", Akpan told BuzzFeed News, "with some appreciating that there are other people out there who have been on the receiving end of similar discriminatory behaviour.
"Others have commented on how they didn't realise that some of the seemingly harmless things they were saying or doing were actually serving to alienate another individual".
The project started in June and the two aim to get as many people involved as possible.
"Like with any project or campaign that attempts to highlight controversial issues, there will always be critics," Akpan said. "However, myself and Harriet are merely glad to be helping instigate more discussion and debate around these issues, whether or not we personally agree with the opinions".