A 35-year-old female patient presents to your office with a complaint of chronic low back pain for the past six months. She reports that the pain is localized to the right sacroiliac joint and exacerbates when standing for extended periods or walking up stairs. Physical examination reveals a tender point over the right sacroiliac joint, and you suspect forward sacral torsion. Which of the following findings on a standing postural assessment would be consistent with a right forward sacral torsion?