VOSAP: More than my immobility

On occasion, I’ve been unable to stand up for long enough to brush my teeth.
But I’m much more than my immobility.
My spoof of Velazquez’ Toilet of Venus (1647-51) shows an immobile woman with a beautiful body. The artist and the audience are not focusing on her arms or legs.
She’s got my cheeky face – sticking my tongue out at the audience.
And it’s not only me: all women – and men too – who have reduced mobility are much more than their immobility.

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