Check out her chest, those are symbols of mammals. Yes, this is the future of women after our male, mad scientists finish their work on DNA. Males have a diabolical plot to keep women out of the sciences for just this purpose
This is, in reality, a cropped and modified version of Diana of Ephesus as Allegory of Nature by Joseph Werner. Diana or Artemis is the goddess of hunting, the wilderness, and wild animals. But I see more than breasts, on her chest.
I changed her to yellow to match the common image of corn, but I could have used pomegranate red to represent the seeds. Mythology links menstruation cycles with the moon and nature. I compared “Old Woman Who Never Dies” of Native American mythology to the Triple goddess, described by Robert Graves, because she never dies either – she just cycles in and out of the underworld. Goddesses, worshiped by farmers, presided over sowing, nursing, and reaping.
The image came from Wikimedia:
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