2438. Journey to Feminine — Group 09

To fully grasp the benefits of Femininity, one must examine how Feminism has  spread throughout intersex relations. Unaware to women, many feminist spirits underlie every relationship. We almost never pay attention to our habits unless they cause problems, and feminist habits cause more problems to their man than to the habit owner. If unmentioned by a man, which is now politically incorrect and not done too much, women thus know little about how to avoid being feminist. Of course, the truly feminine almost automatically obliterates feminist-like habits.

  1. Feminism blames men and the spirit pushes feminist-like women to compete with their man in domains he considers his own. Example: tell him HOW to do almost any task rather than WHAT to do. Competitive frustration follows. The HOW implies inadequacy, while masculinity implies the opposite. Highly feminine ladies know better.
  2. Without much contrary thought, feminist-like women find their man doesn’t measure up to feminist-defined expectations about male behavior. It leads to finger-pointing and fault-finding, which escalates over time. Mutual trust and gratitude decline. She’s prompted into nagging, which is just a higher gear for speeding a man out of her life. The bible also scorns the ‘quarrelsome wife’ in Proverbs 21:9, 21:19, 25:24, 27:15-16. Femininity discourages such waste of relationship benefits.
  3. Feminism in the home prompts women to adopt the male preference for directness and abandon the female preference of indirectness. Feminists weaken their natural influence. Even worse, men don’t appreciate women that ‘get in his face’. It makes her a competitor and he takes offense, perhaps tagging her as a nag. The feminine lady reverses doing those things; she knows better what works with a man and has little need to show off to get her way.
  4. Feminist thinking in the home inspires women to look more for their man’s imperfections rather than manly leadership and strengths. Eventually, a man tires, his respect wanes, alienation sets in, and disruption or departure follows. OTOH, the feminine lady finds gratefulness in his manly character, capability, and other blessings.
  5. Matrimony can evolve into acrimony where graciousness drowns, mutual gratefulness withers, and husbands react disruptively to wives. Where respect, courtesy, and good manners disappear from the females’ instinctive play book, then male aggression escalates. Feminine ladies intuitively know how to avoid those things and don’t let them happen.

Nowadays, the progeny of radical feminists continue to belittle and seek the demise of the feminine wife. It’s a political thing to diminish wifely influence. And so, men and women and husbands and wives are encouraged to find fault with each other and thus make no permanent alliances. It’s the war on women, realized. Even though at one time wives were the generators of American greatness by leading and encouraging their men to succeed at work, American feminists discourage more of it as a political objective.



Filed under Culture & Politics, Dear daughter, feminine, Feminism: OOPS!, marriage

8 responses to “2438. Journey to Feminine — Group 09

  1. Sarina

    Seems to me that women nowadays are competing on how to be as gross as possible. I’m nowhere near as feminine as I would want to be, but I’m shocked by young girls’ language nowadays, the filth is incredible. Now we have the male equivalent of feminism, MGTOW which is mostly concerned with using women sexually and financially by implementing sleazy verbal tricks. You’ve also mentioned that women should stay away from men with MGTOW mentality since they’re already victimised, no matter how ‘perfect’ a woman could be
    We know which type of women men prefer by how they talk about feminists.

    • anon...

      part of the grossness, could be the tattooing of young girls… and even now.
      Young women don’t even know what a slip even IS
      (I BELIEVE some of this could be the dress of women, not just the sleeze factor, but the FEMININE FACTOR)

  2. anon...

    the more ‘direct’ women get, the more ‘indirect’ men get (vague and unavailable) –opposites attract
    which could be dangerous for a society in the long run

    Your Highness Anon…,
    You’re right. It drives society away from female friendliness and toward male friendliness.

  3. That Horse Is Dead

    Sir Guy,

    Last night I was at a church sponsored event and at one point, they started doing the limbo for the kids. Two middle-aged (single) women jumped in line and began participating while everyone watched. Of course, as the bar got lower, their legs were spread farther and their breasts sticking up to the ceiling. Am I being too prudish to think this unladylike? Or do I need to relax and join the fun?

    Your Highness That Horse Is Dead,
    Thank you for inspiring today’s post, 2439.

    • Cocoa

      Lady THID, you can relax and have fun being prudish 😉.
      Sit back and watch how many GoodEnough men would approach and appreciate these women. While sitting back in your prudishness see how many Good men would carefully and respectively approach you.

  4. Meow Meow

    Sir Guy I have a funny question about prudishness. Is it normal for a man to turn red/blush when his friends talk about sex? Or to not want to talk about (even marital, even to his wife) sexual matters? Is it a sign of a well brought up man? Or do some men just like to “do it” and find speaking about such a matter disconcerting? I can understand women being prudish but why are some men and what does it mean? (Its sort of cute, but why?)

    Your Highness Meow Meow,
    “Is it a sign of a well brought up man?” Perhaps! It’s a sign of a man brought up with little close contact with girls and a lot of mom’s protectiveness about female subjects. IOW, he’s unfamiliar with subjects that he’s been taught are private.

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