L’art De La Féminité (The Art of Femininity)

Jill Hennessy

“Femininity can be a powerful thing.” – Jillian Rose Banks

This post is a special one, in that it’s not discussing theory or field reports. Sometimes in the Red Pill community everyone gets so caught up in highlighting the negative or frustrating aspects of women, that all of the beauty and wonderment of them gets lost in the shuffle. This post is a shout out to femininity, to all the women who embrace it and to the women who know the art of it.

In the modern world, the art of femininity has become an increasingly rare commodity. Feminism and the betafaction of men has done a lot of damage to men with the Blue Pill, but it’s also done a lot of damage to women in their ability to express what truly is an art from. Like masculinity which is an art into itself, femininity has be chastised and turned on itself in an attempt to warp it into a perverted version of masculinity. But where there is oppression and attack, there is resistance, and prosperity.

Shout out to women who understand and embody the lost art of femininity. Women who look feminine and in their own unique way express their femininity through their actions. To the girls that know how to rock a stunning dress, know to utilize their feminine charm to create a sense of mystery and intrigue, to the women who know how to be a proper counter balance to men without trying to become men. Shout out to the women who grind right along with men in their own hustle rather than solely use them, who know how to blow our minds in the bedroom, and know how to a take care of themselves. Shout out to women who know how to cook, how to appreciate fine dining and how to make our days a bit brighter. And a big shout out to girls that are into threesomes, because that’s just awesome.

Women are a compliment to a man’s life, never the sole focus of it. But they can be a massive compliment with a very capable woman. In order to experience that as a man, you yourself must be a man that can bring it out of a woman. If she’s a Ferrari but you only know how to drive Honda Civics, then you need to get some driving school in and learn how to master that Ferrari to get the most out of it. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, women can be incredibly powerful, amazing and dynamic experiences. One of the great joys in life is coming across a truly feminine woman, who exudes and radiates it in every way. You represent the best that womankind has to offer.


Hannah Ferguson for Ellipse Serenity Lingerie lookbook (Summer 2013)



2 thoughts on “L’art De La Féminité (The Art of Femininity)

  1. I can understand how some women might get the impression that there are no upsides to being feminine. We are bombarded with messages that being feminine is weakness. We hear our femininity being used to insult men, and we see how disgusted and angry men behave when they are compared to doing anything “like a girl.” And they wonder why some women want to be seen as more masculine.

    Being feminine is not weak. It’s extremely strong and powerful, and we should embrace that. Both women and men need to learn and accept this.

    We also need to accept the fact that no one woman is going to be 100% feminine, or at least in the stereotypical sense. I look like a feminine woman, but I’m often not comfortable wearing dresses. I’ll wear one for an outing, but I’m not walking around in my house in heels and skirts. Instead, I like my hair long, wearing makeup, and form fitting clothes that hug my figure and flatter my curves. I like girly things like shopping, but I also like messing with fire.

    It’s funny to me that cooking is considered a more feminine activity, since everyone must do it. I don’t like to cook. It’s a patience thing. Whenever I do cook, I’m also trying to read a blog post at the same time to try to make myself more entertained. Some women like to cook and do all the girly things, and some will have certain activities they don’t like, and I think that’s totally natural.

    Femininity is changing, but most of all, it’s important to women to feel like they are in control of what it means to be a woman. At least, I know it’s important to me. No one will make me do what I don’t want to do just because of my sex, and I know men can relate to that. We define our womanhood, just like men define their manhood.


    • Life is what you make of it and a lot of it comes down to what you define for yourself. The hardest part is forming your own mold while everyone else is trying to keep your formed within their own mold of what they think you should be. Cheers.


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