Like Boticelli's Venus and her body, sometimes cultures teach us to cover up our love or certain parts of our love in certain contexts. Yet, ultimately we may have agency in choosing when and how we prefer to cloak or expose our hearts. When or where do you dress or undress your heart?
[image description: A cartoon parody of, commentary on, and homage to The Birth of Venus in which all of the human-like figures are rendered as hearts. A heart (Venus) stands on a large shell floating on water at center with hands placed across its body. Three other hearts surround and support the arrival from the sea of the centered heart. Text reads: "The Birth of Venus."]
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