That word doesn’t work here, because the definition doesn’t match. There’s more to being a woman, don’t you think?
Feminine can be a little girl.
Or a cat.
Or an elephant in heat.
Similar, but different. Specifically, a woman. Human. Legally speaking, a wife.
An elephant may be feminine, but can never be a feme.
But what does it really mean to be a woman, to be feme?
Is the only definition limited to being contractually bound, whether by will or tradition, to someone whose own future is unpredictable and may yet run contrary to your own?
Or is the definition limited to bearing children, delivering life through the biological condition of population proliferation?
No, there is more, more beyond just feme. More beyond just feminine. There is femenine (pronounced phem – eh – neen): the ability to embody and boldly display independence, creativity, intelligence, compassion, and a host of other traits because one is not a simple being capable of being defined merely as a woman or wife.
The femenine is more. Complete. Self-sustaining. Strong.
And she’ll kick your ass. Just watch her.
MODEL: [Bovary Taritas]