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what are habits to develop to become more feminine?
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Why do you want to become more feminine?

There's nothing wrong with just being yourself, even if that is tomboyish.
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Yep I am a tomboy. I do sone girly stuff like wear nail polish. But It’s dark blue or green.

Gave up wearing skirts or dresses for formal stuff years ago. Nice trousers suit is acceptable now for women. Tights are just hassle! I just want to be comfortable.
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Why do you want to become more feminine?

There's nothing wrong with just being yourself, even if that is tomboyish.
oh..I know that lol, but I'm not really a tomboy, I am just getting more mature and feel the sudden need to be more graceful and feminine
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Yep I am a tomboy. I do sone girly stuff like wear nail polish. But It’s dark blue or green.

Gave up wearing skirts or dresses for formal stuff years ago. Nice trousers suit is acceptable now for women. Tights are just hassle! I just want to be comfortable.
Go Gurlll do you <3 <3
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what are habits to develop to become more feminine?
Some suggestions (just an opinion):
1. The way you dress is important
2. dont be combative or aggressive esp in public
3. Be submissive to your husband
4. learn how to cook, clean and take care of yourself
5. take yourself to a spa or beauty salon regularly like once a month.
6. Take care of your hygiene. Important to becoming more feminine is proper hygiene
7. Dress in a girly style.
8. Look natural and happy
9. Try “feminine” hairstyles
10. Dress modestly
11. Practice proper posture.
12. Don't be promiscuous.
13. Cultivate good manners.
14. Speak like a lady.

Good luck
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Girlier fashion sense, good hygiene, make up, longer hair styles. Also more soft spoken and gentle.

The whole submitting to your husband thing is just cringe. You can still be feminine without going back to the patriarchal 1950s ☺️
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oh..I know that lol, but I'm not really a tomboy, I am just getting more mature and feel the sudden need to be more graceful and feminine
More mature? How old are you?

I bet I am way older than you, and I'm still a tomboy. Wear trackies and hoodies, go to football matches, watch Formula 1, and if there's a tree, climbing frame or something to scramble up, I'm there!
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Some suggestions (just an opinion):
1. The way you dress is important
2. dont be combative or aggressive esp in public
3. Be submissive to your husband
4. learn how to cook, clean and take care of yourself
5. take yourself to a spa or beauty salon regularly like once a month.
6. Take care of your hygiene. Important to becoming more feminine is proper hygiene
7. Dress in a girly style.
8. Look natural and happy
9. Try “feminine” hairstyles
10. Dress modestly
11. Practice proper posture.
12. Don't be promiscuous.
13. Cultivate good manners.
14. Speak like a lady.

Good luck
The 1950s called, they want their advice back!

OP wants to be more feminine, not a doormat.
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Wear skirts and dresses. Get a girly hand bag and put all your stuff in it. Get a pink cover for your phone or one with kittens on it or something. Grow your hair long. Paint your nails and wear makeup, maybe put a flower in your hair. Act submissive, say yes straight away when a guy you like asks you out and let him plan the entire date and agree to whatever he plans for your evening out, don't pay for anything. Giggle and blush a lot. Burst into tears whenever someone is mean, hoping for comfort. Learn how to cook and invite your date around for a meal that you cook. That's off the top of my head lol.
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(Original post by Wired_1800)
Some suggestions (just an opinion):
1. The way you dress is important
2. dont be combative or aggressive esp in public
3. Be submissive to your husband
4. learn how to cook, clean and take care of yourself
5. take yourself to a spa or beauty salon regularly like once a month.
6. Take care of your hygiene. Important to becoming more feminine is proper hygiene
7. Dress in a girly style.
8. Look natural and happy
9. Try “feminine” hairstyles
10. Dress modestly
11. Practice proper posture.
12. Don't be promiscuous.
13. Cultivate good manners.
14. Speak like a lady.

Good luck
You must be trolling.
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(Original post by Wired_1800)
Some suggestions (just an opinion):
1. The way you dress is important
2. dont be combative or aggressive esp in public
3. Be submissive to your husband
4. learn how to cook, clean and take care of yourself
5. take yourself to a spa or beauty salon regularly like once a month.
6. Take care of your hygiene. Important to becoming more feminine is proper hygiene
7. Dress in a girly style.
8. Look natural and happy
9. Try “feminine” hairstyles
10. Dress modestly
11. Practice proper posture.
12. Don't be promiscuous.
13. Cultivate good manners.
14. Speak like a lady.

Good luck
Be submissive to your husband? Sounds like the fastest way to ruin a potentially healthy relationship. Unless you like doing that anyway, in which case go ahead. But please please please don't assume that being a female implies doing whatever your husband wants.

Anyway, I agree with all the rest. Mostly
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(Original post by Wired_1800)
Some suggestions (just an opinion):
1. The way you dress is important
2. dont be combative or aggressive esp in public
3. Be submissive to your husband
4. learn how to cook, clean and take care of yourself
5. take yourself to a spa or beauty salon regularly like once a month.
6. Take care of your hygiene. Important to becoming more feminine is proper hygiene
7. Dress in a girly style.
8. Look natural and happy
9. Try “feminine” hairstyles
10. Dress modestly
11. Practice proper posture.
12. Don't be promiscuous.
13. Cultivate good manners.
14. Speak like a lady.

Good luck
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Girlier fashion sense, good hygiene, make up, longer hair styles. Also more soft spoken and gentle.

The whole submitting to your husband thing is just cringe. You can still be feminine without going back to the patriarchal 1950s ☺️
I agree!!! lol...i mean I would respect and communicate but SUBMISSIVE?!?! hell naww
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More mature? How old are you?

I bet I am way older than you, and I'm still a tomboy. Wear trackies and hoodies, go to football matches, watch Formula 1, and if there's a tree, climbing frame or something to scramble up, I'm there!
yess lol...i am 20 years old...and i also do those things but I wanna do them while being feminine ya know?
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Wear skirts and dresses. Get a girly hand bag and put all your stuff in it. Get a pink cover for your phone or one with kittens on it or something. Grow your hair long. Paint your nails and wear makeup, maybe put a flower in your hair. Act submissive, say yes straight away when a guy you like asks you out and let him plan the entire date and agree to whatever he plans for your evening out, don't pay for anything. Giggle and blush a lot. Burst into tears whenever someone is mean, hoping for comfort. Learn how to cook and invite your date around for a meal that you cook. That's off the top of my head lol.
thank youuu but not submissive though
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Yep I am a tomboy. I do sone girly stuff like wear nail polish. But It’s dark blue or green.

Gave up wearing skirts or dresses for formal stuff years ago. Nice trousers suit is acceptable now for women. Tights are just hassle! I just want to be comfortable.
I thought many women love the variety of their fashion.
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Be submissive to your husband? Sounds like the fastest way to ruin a potentially healthy relationship. Unless you like doing that anyway, in which case go ahead. But please please please don't assume that being a female implies doing whatever your husband wants.

Anyway, I agree with all the rest. Mostly
THIS RIGHT HERE!!! and i feel like if guys MAY not want their wives to be submissive if she's feminine,They become more calm and understanding....being submissive is being walked-over imo
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Be submissive to your husband? Sounds like the fastest way to ruin a potentially healthy relationship. Unless you like doing that anyway, in which case go ahead. But please please please don't assume that being a female implies doing whatever your husband wants.

Anyway, I agree with all the rest. Mostly
Submission is a choice and not to be forced. It is dependent on the woman.
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You must be trolling.
I don't troll.
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