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Aspects of Femininity That I Love

There are innumerable reasons that being a woman is hard, and for as much development that has been made, there is still a long way to go. Irrespective of our status in society, though, there are so many little aspects of femininity that I love. Being a Woman has so many advantages. Women get to do some things that men will BY NO MEANS be able to do. And we really have it easier than men in some parts.

I’m going to frisk my usual, mile extended introductions today and just say that the idea of this post today is to remind ourselves why it’s so great to be a female.

This is a list of 10 of the very best reasons that I love being a woman.

We make great multitaskers.

 Studies show that women are amazing at speedily switching between and prioritizing tasks. So, yes, women are absolutely capable of being parents, wives or daughters while still pushing at work.

Women can enjoy a wide variety of wardrobe choices. 

 In all importance, I love that I can wear skirts and dresses to work in the summer when it’s wild hot Yes, came here to say this. Our dresses, jeans, tops, tees, salwars, lehengas,  are the definitive woman win. They look cute comfy as hell.

 The ability to hide our physical imperfections. 

As a woman, if something troubles us about our physical presence there is ALWAYS a solution to fix it. The cost differs, but it could be anyplace from applying honey to your face to reduce pimples, to enduring alterations through plastic surgery.

Able to express diversity. 

A woman can be motherly as well as sexy, can be steady as well as loving, can be tough as well as empathetic, and can be vulnerable as well as determined. Isn’t it cool!

Growing a human being in my body

Being created with the potential to nurture a tiny life inside us. Having a baby come out of you looking so gorgeous right out of the gate is enormously satisfying. Moms do not get sufficient credit for growing those creatures, they tend to get the blame when things go crooked. So, every chance I get, I like to tell Mommies what a countless job they did create that stunning human all by themselves.

Naturally, Adapt Changes

Anything that life chooses to toss at a woman they handle with elegance. When it feels as if the weight of the world is on their shoulders, they put one foot in front of the other and just keep on going. They pick themselves up and dust themselves off and just keep going.

We are beautiful

Feminine beauty cannot be complemented. We are soft and curvy and beautiful in every way. I love and appreciate my womanly body, and so should every woman.

Being born a woman is an honour on its own.

We are permitted to be such compound creatures, filled with charm and a talent for mysticism. As women, we are Mommies; by nature, nurturers. Blessed are we for we clutch the honourable duty of supporting the humankind through the ceremonies of giving birth & nurturing of future generations.

We are emotional

I am emotional and I am not sorry about it. It’s so partial that some men feel they can’t be share about their feels, but we, on the other hand, feel free to show anger, sorrow, happiness to everyone.

We’re amazing

Basic and simple. There’s nothing we can do about the fact that we are awesome. I simply adore being a woman, and I wouldn’t ever want to change it.

In my opinion, there are plenty of breathtaking things about being a woman.

Yes people, we just love ourselves. We feel awesome, being Us…

Thanks for Reading!

Love

Deepali

This blog post is a part of  #Womensdayblogparty
I’d like to thank  Arti, Mum of two Munchkins Arni(2.5-year-old) and Shmbhu(newborn)for introducing me.She hails from the beautiful town of Dehradun and is an HR by profession. Currently, she is on sabbatical and utilizing her residual time in blogging and sharing her parenting bites. You can find imprints of motherhood, travel, love and relationships in her thoughts. To read more check her web page at https://mydailycupoflife.com
Also, do go to my friend  Soumya blog post on https://www.thepinkdazzle.com to read her perspective on the topic.

 

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