This work revolves around the idea that the body is a situation and not just a thing that we get assigned to at birth. who we are is driven by our sense of identity. It represents the strenght, pain and determination we invest in the struggle to be seen for who we are when we challenge societal expectations and free ourselves from fear and shame. Being open to others about how we want to be seen is the beginning of a dialogue towards (self)acceptance, visibility and self-affirmation. Ultimately, taking what's yours means being you unapologetically.