This picture is, in it's simplicity, very powerfull. I can see the description of a relationship in there: How modern men try to live with their natural sexuality.
It made me remember something of my childhood. I was talking to a girl - we were both about 14-15. Despite all my willpower, my intelligence, my talents, my knowledge, my insight, empathy and sensibility - I could not stop my gaze from wandering into her decolte. I actively fought against it, wanted to look in her eyes - but I couldn't! The instict was stronger, drawing me like a magnet.
It was horrifying - I felt powerless. Chained to my insticts. Men think a lot about sex. We dream of naked women, look at women on the street and put ourselves in imaginative situations, we NEED sex - and we can't change much about that. It is often painfull. Most men can't get what, and as much as they want. It is frustrating. It makes one feel worthless, unattractive, unhappy.
We are victims of our natural instincts, which just cause pain in modern society.
...obviously, there are exceptions: I was not talking about homosexuality, or asexuality, and I can only speak about my point of view, and what I know about my friends and all the men I talked to.
This is a very beautiful comment and it explains a lot about the picture itself. It adds to the picture in a way that is very insightful and artistic in it's own right. Thank you, and I believe it also explains the predicament of man and the longing to fit one's role in nature over society.