The Healing Touch
A partner to ‘No.1: The Painful Probe’. The same Biblical hand gesture is used in a very different context – to give a sense of gentle healing.
Unlike No.1, this is a consciously sexual sculpture; the intent is not lascivious, despite it’s taboo-ridden subject matter.
Sexual abuse robs the victim of the joy of sensuality – body-positive self-care can be a crucial part of recovery and wellbeing. Knowing and accepting oneself brings positive consequences to all aspects of one’s life.