"In card six he didn't describe the top part as a phallus either directly or symbolically. Most men do. This again indicates his rejection
of masculine sexuality. He described the lower, central part of the blot as a 'beautiful, fruitful valley surrounded by rolling hills'.
There is strong symbolic significance here: he obviously associates this part of the blot with feminine sexuality. He seems to
gravitate toward the feminine and I suspect there's a perversion at work here."