The picture is, of course, masterful- practically to the point that it goes without saying. I have to say though that I felt compelled to comment mainly because of the anti-feminist sentiments I see reflected in the comments for this picture (not perpetuated by you, I'll add). I identify as a feminist, though not a radical one (in my perspective anyway) but I'll admit that when I first looked at the picture, I thought it was an intentional reference to "barefoot and in the kitchen", which is demeaning for obvious reasons. I didn't feel deeply offended or outraged, but that was my genuine first reaction. Having read your description and some of the comments you replied to, I now see that wasn't your intention, but in the interest of critique, I'd say that it's not a leap that the picture could be interpreted that way. I think a certain burden falls to the audience to inform themselves of the media their consuming, but I'll follow that by saying that the rest of that burden falls onto the creator. So, not trying to feed the flames so to speak, but I see a mass dismissal that there could be anything that could be construed offensive or suggestive about this picture, and that just wasn't my experience. I don't know if that's valuable information for you or not, but I just thought I'd raise my voice in the chorus of opinions here.