As you have been exploring identity and reflecting on the different influences and circumstances that may shape your identity, you have perhaps formulated and articulated who you are and who you are not. You should also be thinking about and exploring identity on a broader / universal level as opposed to a personal level. This is where ideas of stereotypes, metaphors and juxtaposition may develop.
Contrast and compare these images in the context of identity. What do they say about identity in general, how do you perceive the identity, how might these relate to the individual or to a group. Are there stereotypes involved? What else do you see in these pieces?