2462. Journey to Feminine — Group 14


Politically inspired and following their propaganda, feminists make up their own initiatives and deal with men and mates combatively. Relationships crumble and disintegrate under the competitive pressures of feminists refusing to quit, and men refusing to lose. Feminine women tend toward the opposite.

  1. Feminine women exploit their inborn patience to find, capture, and keep a man. They screen for quality of character, especially integrity and sense of responsibility; healthy habits, good work ethic, and heart willing to share.
  2. Where masculine strengths and manly civility are purposely not appreciated, men resent, resist, and sometimes retaliate. Respect of females is lost, as women yield their relationship skills to follow the feminist-inspired, sex-themed pop culture. It’s not that way with highly feminine women; they know that unearned appreciation works best for women. It also helps make them unique.
  3. Except for a man who falls in love at first sight, devotion forms over time from his actions to purposely please a woman, and it later doubles in strength when he learns that he’s pleased just to be pleasing her.
  4. Femininity teaches women to be chaste and therefore respectable, patient and therefore undemanding, and likeable and loyal and therefore loveable.
  5. Today’s relationships worsen in the modern world of masculine-style sexual freedom for females. Men and women first meet, interact, and even date. He initiates attention and persuasion. She follows by providing unobligated sex just for fun and lust, to see if she can ‘earn’ a boyfriend, or to see if she can get an obligation that could lead to marriage. She may even initiate somewhere along the line. It’s an attitude that fails for women trying to keep the man they lure and capture.
  6. Modern women lower their taste and expectations in men just to have a boyfriend or husband. Men lower their taste for what’s attractive, which turns more women into  disposables after conquest. That’s the popular model, but the feminine woman finds it distasteful, unattractive, and contrary to her expectations for her future life.
  7. Without a man, women find misery. With a husband, they often find misery. Which is the worst? Alone or with somebody? Her feminine intuition pushes a good woman to forget the misery and search and find satisfaction and gratitude. Whatever we think about, we get more of it.
  8. A sex-based relationship that women expect to work proves different than expected. At first blush, her anchor seems to hold him. Inevitable societal effects lead men to focus on more than one woman at a time. Then, as husbands shift focus to another blossom, wives retaliate by seeking escape from misery with a man to misery without one.

Feminists seek to be in charge in the foreground, to wrestle for control of present events, which is a man’s territory. They copy the masculine drive to compete and use legal combat and government pressure to gain dominance over men. It’s short-range thinking that leads to relationship disruptions and intolerance.

The feminine woman seeks to be in charge in the background, where she is better positioned to calm present-day upheavals and brighten future events and developments. Her feminine nature favors generating peace and cooperation with men and her man. She seeks to capture and exploit her man’s masculinity, incur favor, solicit support, and maintain domestic well-being. Her feminine-oriented relationship expertise produces success with those objectives.

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9 responses to “2462. Journey to Feminine — Group 14

  1. Sarina

    No more pop females as inspiration! Most perform in sparkly underwear and bra. Pop culture is all about showing skin: tummy, legs and something cleavage are almost always on display but for the male pop singers there’s no need to show anything! I’ve seen with fangirls, the male celeb flashes the abs for a second and they all scream and faint, but the girls can’t make it on top without sexy dance and the required skin exposure. I’m a bit torn: I love some male singers cause they have energetic songs, but the constant nakedness of female singers bothers me so much.

    • anon...

      I’ve seen this for a long time.
      Women, who don’t dress feminine and get tatted are getting gypped

    • anon...

      Besides, men showing their chests arent the same as women.
      Men used to take off their shirts when working outside.
      I’ve seen my dad and other men do this.
      I just wonder how many of these girls going gaga, haven’t seen their dads do this as little girls

  2. Tisheena

    I love this blog so much. #7 especially resonated with me. I saw this misery with and without a man in my own life. Your post confirmed a simple truth that struck me like lightning a few days ago – in my life, gratitude generates happiness and therefore satisfaction. No big secret that gratitude is important, but it’s funny how you can know something in your head, but once it’s in your heart it changes EVERYTHING 🙂

  3. gonemaverick

    “Her feminine nature favors generating peace and cooperation with men and her man. She seeks to capture and exploit her man’s masculinity, incur favor, solicit support, and maintain domestic well-being.” so true!

  4. Meow Meow

    Better to be free of a miserable man than miserable with a miserable man! i call that “peace” not misery! I can’t imagine Sir Guy that a woman should just stay with a cheating, cruel or abusive husband like a doormat….I actually found single life happy and pleasant and I can’t imagine living with my husband if he did something to break the bond between us irrevocably. If a woman has lost (or finds she never really had) the respect of her husband isn’t it just better to start over? Or rather are you speaking here about the “average” marriage in which many a woman these days finds many moments of boredom, irritation, child/household drudgery, decides this isn’t the fairytale she signed up for and becomes grumpy/naggy or even goes for an affair herself? I guess that I find the drudgery normal…just part of life and nothing to be ticked off about. Dealing with chores, taking care of kids or when one or the other is sick/unemployed, cooking 3 squares a day and cleaning….car and house and pet issues…domestic life is not to me true “misery” although it can get very complicated and hard to manage!

    Your Highness Meow Meow,

    I’m just saying that each woman defines misery and has the choice of whether alone or with someone. Since she defines what’s misery to her, she’s entitled to make the choice.

    I think it’s more politics than feminine nature when what you call drudgery others call misery. To my thinking, a change of mindset can turn a woman’s life around in response to her relationship expertise and what she actually faces. Again, it’s her choice to downgrade misery to drudgery and much more minor that choosing to go it alone, which carries the extra burden of starting over and carries its unique form of misery.

    Guy

    • Meow Meow

      I’m all for having a positive mindset, but especially if a woman has children, a miserable situation may mean starting over if their sake or your own self respect matters to you. Just saying I don’t think being single is grim necessarilly—though challenging if you are a single mom—and certainly not more awful than being tied to someone who treats you and/or the kids cruelly. There are worse things than being alone (To be clear, again I’m speaking of more serious situations than unmet expectations or boredom of course….not an entitled disappointment) and sometimes alone-ness can be healing. There is the saying, “two is the loneliest number” and it seems to apply to these situations…

      Some of my female relatives married and had kids very young. They made poor choices for husbands (criminals, druggies, cheaters) and I was proud of them when they finally worked up the guts to go. They tried to live with the bad situation as long as they could but these issues that were too unhealthy to sweep under the rug for long. i would think accepting disrespect only breeds more of it doesn’t it? Maybe I’m misunderstanding. I know a positive mindset can only but help any bad situation, I just don’t think its healthy for a wife and mother to convince herself to stay and put up with horrible behavior on the part of her husband as if everything is normal because she wants to punish herself, can’t admit she made a mistake, or is afraid to be single….or maybe I’m just a “The Lady is a Tramp” kind of girl and not typical.

      To me it is feminine to see and accept your particular “misery” for what it honestly is…..are you just being a silly goose or do you have a serious problem on your hands? My husband only confronted his part in the problems in our marriage when he realized i was quietly ready to walk away…when inner peace truly became more important to me than nagging, over-functioning or being a doormat. (I say ‘His part” in the problems because my part which I own was the nagging, mommy-ish, doormat behavior that only prolonged our situation. We are still not 100% better but getting there with all due thanks to your writings Sir Guy!)

      Your Highness Meow Meow,
      Yes, accepting disrespect breeds more of it.
      Guy

      • Cinnamon

        “My husband only confronted his part in the problems in our marriage when he realized i was quietly ready to walk away…when inner peace truly became more important to me than nagging, over-functioning or being a doormat. (I say ‘His part” in the problems because my part which I own was the nagging, mommy-ish, doormat behavior that only prolonged our situation. We are still not 100% better but getting there with all due thanks to your writings Sir Guy!)”

        Meow Meow,

        “Recovery” as taught at WWNH can be a tricky concept to understand and describe, but there is such wisdom in your description which distils this concept perfectly. I hope Sir Guy will put it in the “favourite quotes” section.

        Your Highness Cinnamon,
        Good idea and done.
        Guy

        • Meow Meow

          Thanks Cinnamon:) Yes its good to know that with understanding there is always hope, “Recovery” as he says.

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