As with the best surrealism, the deformation reveals, rather than hides, meaning, and in this work (unlike Dali or Chirico), the meanings are human qualities rather than abstract ideas. The Rorschach-like quality of the surreal technique lends itself more readily to vaginal images than to phallic ones, but both are present, and in fact they interpenetrate (-grin-) one another. (But the vaginal images are more penetrating -- ha ha!) In this work, maleness and femaleness continually merge and cross, separate again, and then merge and cross again. Dazzling!