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This blog page has been launched to promote femininity and female empowerment, and to raise visibility of Fascinating Womanhood: an international femininity movement and guide to help women make their marriage into a lifelong love affair in the bestselling book written by Helen B. Andelin.  

Fascinating Womanhood and the Recent Women's March

Richard Forsyth

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   I recently wrote an article for the blog on how feminism makes women weak. The women's march in the United States on Saturday, January 21, is a perfect example. The thousands of women marching put themselves in a victim position. They are demanding men to give them what they want on their (men's) terms. These are the people towards which they spew their profanity and venom, yet they behave as though men have all the power and they have little or none. Do they suppose they are petitioning for women to give them these "rights"? 

   Besides the fact that this and other so-called protests were apparently funded by a man for his own purposes, most of these women have no idea of the real power women have: feminine power. It's not masculine, it's not manipulative. It certainly doesn't require us to be victims.  

   At Fascinating Womanhood, we represent the "PRO-FEMININE" movement. This is a movement aimed at honoring women for our unique gender, our femininity, our charm, our character and our motherhood. We believe women are strong and courageous, not victims who whine when we don't get our way. We don't take on masculinity, we take on femininity. This femininity is powerful, not demeaning. We not only like good men but we support them. We believe in doing our part to inspire them to be even more masculine. We know there are millions of masculine men who honor womanhood and who protect the ones they love, sometimes with their lives. We support families, not the "right" or selfish desire to kill our own unborn babies. We must take a stand for our gender, our husbands, and our children. We will not make ourselves victims and we will not be silent. We will live the way we believe, not protest to convince men to give us something.