Can a woman truly be a Warrior and still maintain her femininity?
I think so. A woman can be sexy and attractive and still kick ass... I see that in movies and books all the time. It seems to me women are geared toward protecting their children, and that might include being a Warrior in a lot of ways. It's only if you associate femininity with weakness that it's incompatible.
When it comes to protecting her children, she will be the warrior against all odds. That is what my wife did to protect the children.
It is definitely possible. In fact, being a female warrior while staying true to your femininity makes women even stronger. Being a good woman by its very definition requires a warrior's way at some point in time.
Only if she does it right. Toned but still have enough body fat to be sensual. Jewelry, but not enough to get in the way of her every day life. Have style that is constantly updated yet perfect for her job. Have a gorgeous appearance as best as she can.
I think women make better warriors than men because they do it with a purpose and emotional dedication that a man could never have.
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