Feminine also means revealing clothes -- mostly tight, short, revealing sexy outfits emphasizing boobs in a pusher upper, squeeze together bra -- nothing very new about this. However, the seeking of femininity has become a big yes-yes, that's everywhere, with the most famous, successful designers, and super feminine models, lighting experts, music composers, collaborating to sell the look that has been proved, again and again, to really sell whatever femaleness is.
Even celebrities -- any of 'em, many of 'em -- for instance, Katie Couric, who has her own show now. She's striding around (somewhat awkwardly) in super high (torturous) spike heels, and tight, short- skirted, bosom revealing outfits.
Ah, and truly feminine comes with an all important tone of voice that creates a style, and a way we expect the feminine female to behave, no matter how old she is.
The "Chew," "The View," and all the "Real Housewives" shows have established the overly made up, overly cleavaged look of a woman, who laughs a lot at herself and other females, while bravely revealing private stories about her private self -- her sex life, her lovers, failures, and successes at seductiveness.
Generally, today, females are expected to talk too much, brag and over-play the silliness of femininity -- interrupt each other, and display with giggling, wonderfully rueful smiles, what I think is the least attractive aspects of a female.
Vanity, Insecurity, Self-interest --- yes yes, V - I - S defines a successful female femme. The interesting, women on "The Chew," "The View," the various "Real Housewives," (also on "The Couch" and "Today,") are creating a whole generation of women who are trying to be like them.
Glub-glub ... I find myself drowning in the sea of excessive giggling, cooing embarrassing revelations that seem to apologize for the fact that a woman is expressing her opinion.
Glub-glub ... I note tears in the girls' eyes as they prove that feminine understanding of issues is limited by a woman's desire to be admired, and loved.
Women, excessively selling femininity are conveying, again and again, "I'm just a woman, after all."
Hey, stop! Cease this nonsense! Stop diminishing femaleness. C'mon girls, let us, and the rest of the world see and feel that YOU feel that female/feminine/femininity is a terrifically important, marvelously major, primary and powerful, wonderful thing to be.