The Dying Art of Femininity

By Henry Makow, Ph.D. (originally posted in Oct. 2005, updated)

Lisa wrote Jan 2/13: “Thank you for having the Fascinating Womanhood article on your site. You have NO idea how it has blessed me or my family. Your article saved my marriage and my life as well. I am now taking a class with other women to improve upon what needs work. Please if you think about it, re-run the article again. We ladies need this in our lives as we are drowning for attention and look for it where it is not found.”
Helen 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 48 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!
Nevertheless, the book represents a timeless heterosexual paradigm that works. Every couple is different. Choose what is relevant to you and chuck the rest.
Femininity and masculinity are an art like playing the piano. They must be learned. We have to know the basics before we can improvise.
People are very malleable. Society is the target of a long-term hate campaign designed to degrade and discredit heterosexuality. Domestic violence and rape are highlighted to make women fear men, reject femininity and become masculine. The destruction of the family has always been the goal of the financial elite in order to control people. (See “The Illuminati Program”) I will elaborate below.

THE BASICS OF FEMININITY

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