Let’s talk about women. Shall we?

Rare breeds that lean into difficult conditions like the skier on the mountain peak, delivering naked truths. Bosses that surround themselves with people that tell it like it is. Be proud of your feminity. You’ve got nothing to be ashamed of.

Women are spectacularly beautiful. Fearless, game changers and amid all the uncertainties, they are bold communicators with a clear understanding of what they want and where they stand. Proud innovators, conquerors, warriors of the cross and my all-time winners.

For several decades and counting, women have challenged the norms that society have made them believe and built monuments with the bricks thrown at them. They’ve been the inspiring vision many families, institutions, organizations and communities need for better days.

Women have become the abundance of hope, limitless, a platform for improvement and timeless influencers. They’ve embraced their feminine sides with boldness. Living in the world would be meaningless without women. They’ve got ideas to make anyone succeed, and they make your ideas real.

Every one of us has gone through something that has changed us in a way that we could never go back to the person we once were, even if we wanted to including women. It’s about time we stopped writing them off as insignificant and weak. There is nothing weak about women or you.

Make a woman a part of your team today.

Visit www.thesocialtalks.com and see the great things women are doing on the platform. You can join them and let your voice be heard.

Indeed, women have strutted a long way.

I am proud to be a woman. Are you?

Blessings and Love ❤️

Whitney Edna Ibe is the Executive Consultant, Life & Mental Health Coach, and Writer/ Editor at Whitney Edna Ibe Consult (Blog), Flyhiee.com, The Social Talk, and Penprofile.com. She is in charge of consultations, services, and implementation. Whitney is a full-time Inspirational Blogger and Writer making a living from this new and active medium. I'm also an author and speaker. She started Whitney Ibe's blog in 2016 after she stumbled on a blog post by the blogger; shattered in him. She fell in love with blogging immediately. She explored issues of religion, relationship, culture, society, spirituality, politics, and music. She is doing what she loves to do, writing and inspiring people to become better versions of themselves. Her goal is to add more value to your world than you ever dreamed possible by providing life-changing, inspiring, motivating articles, blog posts, poetry, and short stories. As a life coach, consultant, Edna is focused on an individual's personal development and happiness. She is skilled at providing structured questions to help coordinate an individual's thoughts and has excellent reasoning skills for assisting clients in setting tangible goals. She is accommodating and not prudent with her knowledge. She knows what she’s doing and loves helping others achieve their goals. Many of the top bloggers on WordPress and various websites have learned from her writing style, and it has helped them get their blogs to where they are now. Her website is full of great material to help you follow in her footsteps. She has helped many bloggers, and I can’t praise her enough.  You will learn so much from her.  She has one of those sites that you can easily get lost in reading her excellent posts. She loves dessert,t especially chocolate mixed with whipped cream and strawberries. She enjoys long walks on the beach.

3 Thoughts on “Be Proud Of Your Feminity”

  • Love ” Be proud of your femininity ” but somehow in the notication the word femininity was transformed to feminism. I find these 2 words in opposition to each other.
    I celebrate my womanhood, all my strength, wisdom, the hard & jagged edges of myself as well and fully as the tender gentleness. But this new day feminism is something different than it once was….it’s the denial of my femininity, a rejection of my natural womanhood that demands a certain masculinizing…to be more manly or adopt masculine traits.
    Are these ideals truly embracing and celebrating women? Is it try elevating us? I don’t think so. I think it carries a subtext, and implying that we are less than, lacking, incomplete as we are….minimizes our unique beauty and glory.

    • Your points are valid Laura. There is nothing masculine about our feminism.
      The error you stated in your first paragraph is noted as well.

      Our world today is bastardizing our feminism, beauty and glory.
      What am celebrating is the beauty and glory of every real woman?

      Thank you for your insights. Much love and gratitude ❤

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