Con Migo Ando uses personal anecdote and body politics as tools to reconcile identity issues in a time when physical appearance is a key component in sociopolitical theory. The pressure associated with body pruning to relay femininity in Miami where the Latina body is fetishized and commercialized in tandem with stereotypes dominating one's perception of how a Latin woman should look causes a discord in my personal identity that translates into imposter syndrome. Marrying my Latin upbringing with my white privilege then becomes a process of acknowledgement and mediation. Skin/body hair, gestures, and language become symbols of the space where I exist. This performance uses poetry, sound, movement, and set design to both obscure and make clear my process of negotiation.