The term gentleman implies that men are not naturally gentle and have to learn to be that way. The feminine side also includes having an enthusiasm and zest for life, and recognizing what things are worth getting enthusiastic about. Men are more likely to challenge systems and rules, while women tend to be a bit more conforming.
But there are also people whose gender and sex actually clash with one another. So femininity is a function of gender which is a part of your essence, your soul, your being, the invisible energy you give off, whereas "femaleness" is a function of biology and reproductive role.
There is a very good reason for this. Having a nurturing nature seems to be more feminine. More importantly, I am talking about your personal masculine and feminine balance.
Nouns in French are divided into two categories. Just like you do. When we look at the development of our species as a whole, technological development could be compared to the masculine side, while spiritual development could be compared to the feminine side.
You can build the masculine side through progress and small wins, through positive reinforcement, by practicing, and by generally taking an active part in operating your life.
He must have a body that can move and lift rocks. Some feminine traits are apparently inborn. The third dimension is conditional. To compensate, the masculine energy may demonstrate a false strength. When under stress, the feminine generally speaking will look to reach out and find comfort through connection with others, and will seek to do the same when they see others experiencing challenges, offering a space to share their difficulties, some words of encouragement or simply a hug.
The balance between fear and anger in your life is a good indication. I make mistakes and cross the lines sometimes. Greed is the opposite of generosity, since generosity results from wanting everyone to have enough of everything.
It comes from within. It comes from within, from a feeling deep in your core. For most people, they overlap, and it is easy to confuse them. So, what exactly is femininity?A feminine woman implicitly understands the existence of polarity when it comes to her own self-actualization and when dealing with other people (both men and women).
She intrinsically knows that men and women are different and that gender is a biological—not a societal—construct. A feminine woman implicitly understands the existence of polarity when it comes to her own self-actualization and when dealing with other people (both men and women).
She intrinsically knows that men and women are different and that gender is a biological—not a societal—construct.
Feminine and masculine traits can be listed but there are many who would debate some items on those lists. I don't try to define either word and tend to cringe when someone uses them. Masculine and Feminine Nouns Quick Answer All Spanish nouns (sustantivos), including people, places, animals, things, ideas, and feelings, have a gender (male or female).
What makes a man masculine is his level of alpha. Alpha refers to the male’s level of dominance in the four aspects of life; philosophy, love, finance, and health. The terms alpha and beta represent masculinity and femininity respectively and are used to aid both men and women towards high value behavior.
When we truly honor each other as humans, we are feminine in the sense of creating community and masculine in the sense of acknowledging the individual. I believe this is the balance we should seek to achieve. What does femininity mean to you?
Marcia Reynolds, PsyD is the author of Wander Woman: How High-Achieving Women Find .Download