This is a drawing that screams confrontation. The figure in the center is pulling the panty hose away from her head as she angrily challenges the images of constructed beauty, with the feet ripping through the pantyhose, pressing into the bustier. Self-imposed implies a collaboration with the insistence of a specific way of presenting self in accordance with the cultural rules of attraction. Behind the figure’s head a winged creature is taking flight escaping the chaos created and accepted by sublimating the gifts of one’s own internal nature. This denial of individual qualities leads to a fury expressed by the scream.