Unchained

Unchained
A self portrait
And a call for Liberty.
To make peace with your own identity.

“….acceptance is not a surrender; it is  a liberation.” -Gerald Clarke, in Capote: A Biography (1988)

Unchained is a fresco created in three parts, fitting together as one whole; a metaphor as evidence of pansexuality and the sexual, romantic, or emotional attraction towards people regardless of their sex or gender identity. Pansexuality aims to challenge existing prejudices, which can cause judgement, ostracism, and serious disorders within society. (Thanks to Wiki for that last sentence regarding Pansexual theory)

(Cheese-cloth was used to create additional texture, communicating home and hearth that is a feeling not a place.)

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