It appears to be a “tit for tat” argument intended to comment on the ubiquitousness of female objectification by overtly inverting male/female roles. However, it does not quite work. Patriarchy is why it does not work. A headless (or even a headed) woman’s breasts, vagina, or ass does not imply power, agency, or embodiment. Rather, and regardless of the viewer’s gender, those images communicate powerlessness and disembodiment. Whereas patriarchy safely insulates the males in these photos from such deadly decapitations. A penis remains a symbol of power- a force to be reckoned with. I get that these pics comment on that. A penis is never really disembodied because it is always intimately connected both physically and symbolically to a body with power, a complex identity with agency. A severed penis - alone and flaccid - would make a different argument. Even a full body shot of a woman does not extend agency to that woman. Even fully formed she is viewed, as we have been culturally conditioned to do, as disembodied parts that individually serve mens’ sexual needs and desires. She has no real or even imagined agency. Even a dick shot has more agency than a full-body pic of a woman. In porn- a cum shot is superior to a female orgasm because in both cases it is ultimately male desire that is being satisfied (cum shots can’t be faked where female orgasm is regularly faked). In fact - this reveals much of the point. Actual male satisfaction must be accomplished whereas female satisfaction can be faked. (And no, that does not empower women but further subjugates them by ignoring their satisfaction.) On this piece’s attempt to comment on female desire, we still cannot escape the omnipresence of patriarchy. Is an erection really an object of female desire? Are women visual? I would agree that women are visual and many desire an erect as opposed to flaccid penis, but I am not so keen to agree that insincere attempts to deconstruct female objectivity through dick shots is sexually arousing. There is an evolutionary function for female desire, but it demands context. Even in nature, an erect penis alone is typically not enough to convince females to copulate- a meaningful context is required. I do not mean romance by meaning - but meaning itself: comfort, reproduction, revenge, pleasure, etc.