I'm not sure I get this one. Does the sort of androgynous appearance of the person in the photo factor into the interpretation of it?
That was my immediate thought, but it wouldn't have to. For instance, you could interpret the question "what should I be" as a question regarding gender presentation or identity. In which case there's no "should." And I like this interpretation because I hope my kids get this message loud and clear. But there are many other interpretations also.