Nina Smith

Femme Economics: Just Between Us Girls

Filed By Nina Smith | October 04, 2007 7:15 AM | comments

Filed in: Living

“If any human being is to reach full maturity both the masculine and feminine sides of the personality must be brought up into consciousness.” – M. Esther Harding

At Queercents, there’s a new series running called Femme Economics. Written by Moorea Malatt, the series is geared to women and men who want to live the more traditional feminine gender roles in a socially conscious way. Moorea is a writer, poet, folk-singer, and comedic performance artist.

Each week, she discusses topics about the feminine and frugal self. The first two installments can be found at her entries entitled: The Day Spa For Less and How to Save on Laundry and Dry Cleaning. In coming weeks she covers fashion, fragrance, hair color and more in the most frugal ways. So if you’re a self-identified Femme, you might want to check it out.

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I can't wait to see the posts she does for feminine men. :) *whistles innocently*