It's a bit too light and could use some more contrast, but honestly I still love it.
I like that the figure in the foreground is blurry and the further one in focus because it makes my eyes move back and forth between the two. If it were the opposite and the one in the back were blurry, I probably would have paid little attention to that figure, but doing it the way you did makes them both equally important. No one can overlook the creepy ghostlike figure in the front no matter how blurry it is; in fact the blur just makes it creepier.
Drawing the attention to both figures in this way prevents it from being stagnant, holds the viewer's eye longer as it moves back and forth between the two, and it makes your message more clear. I see this image as an exposure and confrontation of the objectification of women, and how the sexiness of their bodies becomes more important than their identity, but perhaps I'm biased since I'm working on a project with a similar theme.