This artwork shows how a "sexual labeling" interferes in the sexual identity (symbolized by matches) and how it tends to loose its markers at adulthood:
- In a fetus stage, it's only around 5 months that a sexual identity (boy or girl) is emerging. The fetus can therefore be considered as a white label (two identical matches) until birth since gender identity remains virgin from any marketing or labeling pollution;
- From birth to adolescence, parents will interfere within the construction of a sexual identity of their children by adding a sexual labeling made of distorted and stereotyped images (like colors). The ability of discernment will however enable teenagers to sign the basement of a next rebellion against this parental labeling;
- In adulthood (flip the artwork in its vertical), physical characteristics will tend to confuse genders. Especially since women strengthened their position on the social stage of equality: new job functions are pushing women to change appearance, mainly through a dress code that is becoming more and more "unisex". A feminine gap that "metrosexual" men are filling by treating their physical appearance with a high degree of feminine care (metrosexuals aren't gays, there's no "disorder" regarding their sexual identity).