Although the validity/fairness/consitencey of many of Bentham's ideas are subject to speculation, he certainly was crafting his theories in such a way that endorsed something positive and moral. Panopticon=NOT SO MORAL and utilitarianism=Not so "utile" as the happiness of the greatest number does not in consider the hardships of small but equally important and precious minority clusters of society. None the less, by observing that he campaigned for the fair treatment of homosexuals, women and his radical idea that mere animals had rights and deserve to be treated respectfully under the eyes of the law was definitely a very profound insight into how best to protect and help living things, especially considering the way things worked in the 18th and 19th century. Like I said before, animals will be my metaphor for "his favor of individual and economic freedom, the separation of church and state, freedom of expression and equal rights." Birds; (images of/ footage of) are universally recognised as "good" at passing a message of freedom.
Here is a collage, will be referred to in production.