The struggle to be comfortable in one’s own skin can be long and arduous.

Yet trying to force a change due to dysphoria (either mental, body-image related, ego/personality related etc) can be more suffocating…

Only acceptance of one’s true form and one’s authentic nature, followed by the shedding of insecurity-based constructs and the need to hide in conformity, will let one breathe free again, revealing the individual.

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Film documentation from performance at Surgery Slave, 2017.

Second performance at "Surgery Slave" pop-up show:  photography by Zac Zenza, footage from the performance
First private performance, documented by James Crouch