The Dying Art of Femininity

henrymakow.com — April 23, 2016

a wise women builds her home

Beautiful women are a dime a dozen but feminine women are extremely rare.
Femininity is a gentle tender quality found in a woman’s appearance, manner and nature. A feminine woman gives the impression of softness and delicateness. She has a spirit of sweet submission, and a dependency upon men for their care and protection. Nothing about her appears masculine, no male aggressiveness, competence, efficiency, fearlessness, strength, or the ability to kill her own snakes.” Helen Andelin, Fascinating Womanhood p. 247
Femininity is based on a woman making husband, children and home her first priority. Her self sacrifice is the way that love comes into the world.
So the Satanists taught women to seek fulfillment in careers instead.
“By cultivating in all a sense of self-importance, we shall destroy among the goyim the importance of the family and its educational value…In this way we shall create a blind mighty force which will never be in a position to move in any direction without the guidance of our agents…” (Protocol 10-5)
I am becoming more conscious of psychological dislocation caused by the occult assault on gender and the nuclear family.  Masculine and feminine energy complement each other. We naturally crave that essence which is best found in marriage and conjugal sex. Destroy masculine and feminine and you undermine this fundamental yin-yang. Society is simply oblivious to this pernicious attack by its traitorous elite.

By Henry Makow, Ph.D. — (Update from Jan. 2013)

fascinating_womanhoodHelen Andelin’s Fascinating Womanhood (1963) is subversive to the New World Order because it upholds the inherent difference between the sexes and the basic laws governing marriage.
Such a book would never be published today. It is only available because it appeared 53 years ago and sold more than 2 million copies.
If you have any doubt about your sexual identity, I recommend Fascinating Womanhood. It is pertinent for men as well as women. I also recommend Andelin’s Fascinating Girl for single women and her husband’s Man of Steel and Velvet for men.
I’m not saying you should treat this model as gospel or that it’s for everyone. For eg. Andelin implies women should reward men with sex. That seems dated and I told her so. My comment was met with a frosty silence!

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