‘A Woman of Importance’ as a title is a twist on Oscar Wilde’s play ‘A Woman of No Importance’ (1893), which satirized society’s morals and double standards in regards to men and women. This Drop, Shurooq Amin's genesis release on MakersPlace, is an exploration of the literary symbolism of women’s fertility and sexuality in cultures throughout history, using motifs of the pomegranate. In the artworks in this series, the woman is voluptuous, owning her sexuality, with a knife in hand (knife = the language of the patriarchy), symbolically empowering her to “slice” through that pomegranate, and destroying the stereotypical image of her perceived throughout history in previous paintings, poems, books, etc. The story behind these women is told in a humorous way, with sarcasm and tongue-in-cheek, almost with the voice of a child reading a Fairytale, albeit a Dystopian one...because, after all, that is the stuff we grew up with, the nightly brainwashing of whimsy and beginnings of that blanket of insecurity and unrealistic expectations being fed into our imaginations every night at our beds by our parents. Shurooq Amin has partnered with a verified (authorized by the Government of Kuwait) charity organization called Give to donate 50% of all her NFT sales to charity. ‘Give’ caters to diverse charities from all around the globe. Unlockable Content Each artwork comes with its own poem, in the way of Unlockable Content. You're left to wonder about the abstract concept of Truth: what is real, the poem or the art, the text or the image?