I am very curious to hear from others about the Voynich men.  I have found new images of men that I hadn’t noticed previously until recreating the book.  They show up predominately in the ‘wheels’ of the naked women pages with a few in other places.  

The image of the man walking a bound woman into line with others is probably the most well-known one.  However, I never seem to hear any comments on the others.  There is the naked aroused man, the man with no arousal, a few that are dressed, and a curious bearded man.  If anyone has any thoughts, I would like it if you comment with your opinions regarding how they may relate directly or indirectly to the women.  

For me, I’ve always felt that the women represented ‘ladies in waiting’ since there is a queen present.  Does anyone else follow that same theory?