It is the loneliness of the masculine that drives it to union with the feminine.
It is the desire for unity, the love that makes the feminine give itself to the masculine.
Today, only the masculine is seen. The surrendering feminine is seen only in her material usefulness for the lonely masculine. The surrendering woman only in her material physicality. Thus, the act of union is not an act of real union, but an attempt to put loneliness and solitude together into one whole. The result is double loneliness. Is hopelessness. True union exists only when the masculine of the man unites with the feminine of the woman and vice versa. When the loneliness is dissolved in love, in unity, the pain is erased by security.