While browsing during my commute back home earlier today, a certain blog post title peeked my interest. The essay in question is about embracing and reclaiming femininity – and damn, it got me inspired. Now, femininity is not really a topic I have much experience with. After all, it’s not up to men to define femininity, just like women should not dictate men on the issue of masculinity.
Where Has Femininity Gone?
In a world filled with fat, shrieking, feminist harpies, it was refreshing to read that there are still women with common sense around. Such women seem to be in short supply these days. Instead, you only seem to hear blue-haired land whales spewing their man-hating “social justice” nonsense. Gone is true femininity. Gone are manners and grace. Instead, you have rude ham beasts desperately wanting (and failing) to be men. They want to compete with men. And they’re too stupid to realize they will lose that fight.
They also fail to understand one simple fact: men like feminine women. We are fond of beauty. We highly appreciate girls who have enough self-respect to take care of their bodies. And no matter how hard those feminists shout, they will not force us to find them attractive. In fact, apart from some hipster cucks, men find these creatures revolting. Dyeing their hair in infantile colors, wobbling over the streets with their obese bodies, shouting profanities and displaying their ignorance and hypocrisy, … Believe me, we’re not impressed, nor will these feminists ever earn our respect.
It does not have to be this way. There doesn’t need to be open conflict between men and women. Luckily, Kitten Holiday is providing an alternative. She’s a leading example and valuable source of information for every red-pilled girl and woman.
In her article, Kitten Holiday writes that this is the most important piece she’s ever written on femininity. I believe her. It certainly is a powerful article that resonated with me. Yes, even for a man.
It made me realize something.
For over 7 years, I’ve been sharing my life with my girlfriend. And like any other relationship, we’ve had our ups and downs. I know that I’m far from the easiest person to live with. Many times people have described me as cold, calculating, too rational and even ruthless. And they’re not mistaken – those traits are certainly part of my personality. Far too often I don’t care much about feelings and emotion. They only seem to get in my way.
But after reading this article, I could not help to reflect on my relationship and see my girlfriend in a new light. Yes, she drives me crazy at times. But she is feminine, understands and opposes the hypocrisy of the current generation of feminists, and is an all-around great woman. She counter-balances my shortcomings, and I do the same for hers. Together, we form an amazing team. She supports me in my endeavors, and I in hers. We have each other’s back.
So thank you, Kitten, for making me appreciate what a great woman I share my life with. My girlfriend’s femininity is one of her greatest assets, and one that I love dearly. I work hard to be the best man I can be. Because I owe that to myself. But I also admit that I do it for my girlfriend, as she provides me so much in return, as described in your amazing essay.
This article should be an obligated read for every young girl and women. Send it to every female you know, especially at colleges and universities. The current generations of women need to get a wake-up call. We need to stop the on-going cultural degeneracy. Stop all the attacks on the nuclear family – which is the very foundation of our civilization. It’s time to realize that men and women are not equal. We both have our flaws and strengths. And that’s perfectly fine.
Men and women should complement one another. Not compete against each other. Only as a team, can we truly achieve greatness. Together.
If you liked this article about femininity, you might also be interested in masculinity. Check out my review of the Art of Manliness book!
Take care and until next time.