The nimbus above the woman's head is symbolic of her endless creativity. The lion, the fiery passion and burning lust of man. That the woman is closing the lion's mouth with her bare hands indicates that man is willing to have his passions tamed by Woman.
Woman's creativity is manifested by her innate demonstration of feminine wiles and coital use of her genitalia to create a life of happiness and sexual bliss. A woman of this nature is a danger to the Charioteer nature, or to any man enjoying sexual freedom, for she possesses the means to sate his every sexual appetite. If a man be her choice of a mate, she will and can go to any sexual lengths to tame him.
This nature knows the man of her choice has already enjoyed various sex acts with various simpler women, so she, broadminded and hypersexual, incorporates all sex acts, perpetrating each with agile precocity, dazzling her lover into submission. That she can and will satisfy the most voracious penis is symbolized by the purple mountain behind her. The flower each represent an orgasm; a series of dynamic and pleasurable orgasms linked together by her insatiable lust.
In a reading we see sexual power and energy; coital activity and creativity; courage in the face of competition; complete success in the pursuit of sex.
A man finding this card in his reading will have such a female in his life. A woman finding it in her reading is being told that she has the sexual strength, coital ability, and feminine wherewithal to overcome the obstacles separating her from the man she desires at the moment.
--excerpted from ''The Sexual Key To The Tarot'' by Theodor Laurence