Can a Woman Be Too Feminine?

In Culture, Family, Friends on May 22, 2012 at 10:08 pm

“There’s no such thing as a woman being too feminine.”

-Retro Charm Star

I have had people tell me that I’m too girly or too feminine. That’s impossible, I am a woman and a woman can never be too much of a woman. I’ve embraced womanhood with a smile, accepting my curves and the fact that I love things that are sparkly, butterflies, make up, manicures, pedicures, bows, etc. just as much as I love to write, discuss politics, health care and consulting, etc. Please note that I am not reducing being a woman merely to the list of items I previously named. Instead, that list is to describe things that a woman may enjoy and can enjoy because we are women! The point is do what comes natural to you and be who you want to be to make yourself feel happy, as long as you’re not hurting/harming anyone in the process.

  1. You like it because you like it, and there is nothing wrong with that at all! I’m even all for men liking those things if they do. If it makes you happy, do what you do!

  2. be who ever you chose to be and be all woman while doing so 🙂

  3. It’s great that you know who you are and you love yourself for it. We like your style and think you should contribute to our self-love project!

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