Donna Reed, in It’s a Wonderful Life (1947), presents an idealized portrait of the loving wife and mother, who also happens to be a 10/10 girl all the way. In those days, women really did have four children before 30, and they really weren’t fat, and they really did dress well, without dressing like harlots. So, here we present, as a model for young married women, Donna Reed.
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You recommended the book Fascinating Womanhood somewhere, and I found a derivative Secrets of Fascinating Womanhood (original 1989) by David Coory, which I read. I found the book quite compelling and uplifting, and that most of the presented claims/stereotypes about men hold true for me. Consequently, I can see now why I find most German women quite unappealing. They tend to dress ugly (in my age range), go for careers, eat trash, and act like men. Getting my girlfriend to consider the ideas within is so far a tricky task, but she’s open-minded, and should find some success when testing some of the ideas on me. Another good recommendation, thanks.
Probably, there are some good books in German too. Let me know if you find a good title. Until then, good luck!