Time & Femininity: Belief Ten

I outlined my full creed here, and why I blog about this subject here. It’s never too late. Never stop evolving. Truly feminine women make other women feel that they can be more feminine too! It should be infectious, at times convicting, and never discouraging! Never stop learning, refining, and sharing. I believe this firmly, too. Do …

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Sex & Femininity: Belief Nine

I outlined my full creed here, beloved readers. Read why I blog about this here. Sex And Femininity Please don’t confuse sexy/hotness/flirting/being a coquette with being “feminine.” You can have a powerful femininity, a reserved femininity, a bubbly femininity, a gregarious femininity, and so forth. It has absolutely nothing (I repeat –absolutely nothing!) to do with being in a …

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Femininity & Weakness: Belief Eight

My full creed is here, beloved readers. Why I write about this can be read here. Being feminine does not equal being weak. Please leave all stereotypes at the door. They often become excuses. Excuses and femininity do not commingle. This belief is straight forward and two-fold, beloved readers: 1 Whatever stereotypes you have been …

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Femininity & Womanhood: Belief Seven

My full creed is here, beloved readers. You can find out why I blog about this here. It should be enjoyed. Being in tune with your true, unique femininity is utterly divine. If being feminine is a drudgery, you may not not quite in tune with your unique femininity. At fourteen or so I watched Flower Drumsong (the …

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Femininity & Appearance: Belief Six

The “balance point” between the sincere, healthy expression of your unique femininity and your culture is going to be found by evaluating the messages of your mainstream culture as they pertain to femininity/gender roles. More than likely, you are already keenly aware of said messages, thanks to the power of socialization and the media. The task: …

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Femininity & Discipline: Belief Five

The round-up of my foundational beliefs about femininity can be read here. Why I blog about this can be read here. It requires discipline. Keeping your life as stress-free as possible; building healthy relationships; staying emotionally healthy; keeping up one’s hair, nails, clothes however you choose wear them; staying fit and healthy; finding a workout …

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Femininity & Life: Belief Four

My foundational beliefs round-up post can be read here, and why I blog about this can be read here. Femininity And Life It can be learned. Femininity is not a matter of: “Some girls got it and some girls don’t!” Some women have had life experiences that do not allow their unique femininity to flow …

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Femininity & Woman: Belief Three

I outlined my full creed here, beloved readers. Read why I blog about this here. Being feminine requires being in touch with yourself as a woman, physically, emotionally, and intellectually. Challenge internalized misogyny. It’s not easy navigating life as a woman. (Understatement of the millennia, I realize.) It’s easy to let its difficulties blind us to how …

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Femininity And Beauty: Belief Two

I outlined my full creed here, beloved readers. You can read why I’m blogging about this topic here. This is a series of posts that will elaborate upon the points presented in my Femininity Creed Post. The second belief I expressed in that post was this: “Beauty” and femininity are both parts of womanhood, but not each …

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Femininity And Emotions: Belief One

I outlined my full creed here, beloved readers. Why do I write about it? I explain here.  It comes from the inside out. You cannot be full of chaos and confusion and walk in your unique femininity with balance and authenticity. I want to strongly to reiterate that I am taking the following approach to writing about …

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