Per wikipedia: A paradox which is both true and false at the same time in the same sense is called a dialetheism. In Western logics it is often assumed, following Aristotle, that no dialetheia exist, but they are sometimes accepted in Eastern traditions[which?] and in paraconsistent logics. An example might be to affirm or deny the statement “John is in the room” when John is standing precisely halfway through the doorway. It is reasonable (by human thinking) to both affirm and deny it (“well, he is, but he isn’t”), and it is also reasonable to say that he is neither (“he’s halfway in the room, which is neither in nor out”), despite the fact that the statement is to be exclusively proven or disproven.
I wanted to explore this idea in this image….
Also the symbolism of Pink:
The color pink usually serves two purposes. It can be used to show childish innocence, or a characters child-like personality. For example, the girl that much wants to remain a child. She gets pleasure out of very simple, and ‘childish’ things. So, her hair is pink. …. It can also be used to show a more flirtatious personality. Pink is normally a color associated with girls and femininity.
Lastly, pink is associated with sexuality, and purity. That is, a girl who is a virgin in heart and body. Pink is symbolic of pure love, for example. It is also the color used for sexual advertisements and such, to indicate the purity of the girls.