sometimes i feel like my body is a birdhouse (but there are too many holes and i can't tell which one is the entrance)

Birdhouse: (noun) an artificial nesting site.

How does the rhetoric that values bodies on the basis of their abilities apply to the bodies, or parts of bodies, that do not “do”, or that do differently, to the ones that require help? What about the cyborg body? Degrees of dependency vary because bodies vary so how can we begin to think of interdependence as an inherent part of living in a body? Can we reconfigure the idea of what makes a good or adequate body? Can we begin to think of interdependence as a force that can mobilize rather than limit?