♀ Women age most gracefully and charmingly when they intensify their natural femaleness early in life. Duplicating the male persona ages women prematurely and leaves them with little grace and charm for their elder years.
♀ Women are naturally well-equipped with a cooperative spirit, indirectness, nurture-power, soft-heartedness, and natural but unoffending hard-headedness. These strengths help balance their man’s dominance. Each successful balancing event reinforces her efforts, strengthens her influence, and enlarges his respect.
♀ Extraordinary women arise from this model to hold the respect of men for life: She makes herself pretty, modestly independent, and attractive to men. However, she automatically tests any man she encounters for a relationship to prove himself worthy of her association—this applies to all men, not just her man.
♀ Femininity in early life captures a man’s attention. Femininity practiced ardently over the years gradually empowers her as family matriarch in later life.
♀ Femininity best improves a woman’s lot in life by inspiring a man to adopt her family and domestic values, her hopes and dreams. But this calls for indirectness, charm, and patience while uplifting his sense of significance by showing gratitude for and dependence on who he is and what he does.
♀ Whether done by one or many women, feminine values and standards upheld strongly and persistently against unmarried sex go far toward reducing male dominance, aggressiveness, and violence. (First principle of masculine behavior: Men do whatever women require in order to have frequent and convenient access to sex. Second principle: Men even marry if that’s required.)
[More about the bright side appears at posts 87 and 69.]