The feminist movement has always been at the forefront of my values as our society continues to fight for equal civil rights for all genders. As a result, I was quickly drawn to the feminist artist Justine Kurland. Her work Mama Baby, Tidal Pools, Trinadad, California (2007) depicts a peaceful scene, one of community and safety and tranquility. These women were all naked, a scene that has become both taboo and hyper-sexualized in today's modern world. These women do not conform to these ideas. They are confident and comfortable, relaxed and unbothered. There is no fear of condemnation or judgement or harm, there is no reservation regarding how the world will react to their exposed natural form. This world depicts a utopia of safety and comfort. I felt hopeful looking at it, knowing there is a community supporting this idea of a safe world for women, and it reinforced my feminist ideals. It once again depicted the society we are fighting for, the society we want to achieve.