"My Body, My Choice" is a call-out heard during protests for women's rights. Inspired by this call to action and personally attacked by the people who want to take away Roe vs Wade and other little rights women have, Savannah made this work to reflect the elegant yet strong female body. Why do the entitled feel they need to control women's bodies? Why do they feel that an unborn child's life is more valuable than the mother's? Why are parts of the female body considered "unsafe" for the internet? Why are we still talking about these issue in 2016/2017? In her ongoing battle with censorship on social media, constantly "punished" by removing her voice online, this work she refuses to cover up.