The other day a post at Chateau Heartiste comparing the femininity of movie icons then and now got me to thinking about the beautiful Grace Kelly, which of course lead to a web search which led to the idea for this post.

But let me back up a bit, there is a red pill concept called “The Wall” which basically means the point at which a woman goes from young and attractive to not so much. At what age this happens varies by the woman, with some unfortunate ones hitting the wall in their mid to late 20s (usually due to hard living or bad luck genetics) while others may be nearly 50 before doing so (rare.)

What is taboo to say in society today (but women should know) is that a woman’s most valuable assets are her beauty and youth, not her education, money, or career (that would be men.) But many women today are putting off marriage to focus on education and career over family, not knowing they are literally missing their most potent years for securing her best possible mate. Only to realize at 35, the best men are mostly long gone and those left are shopping for a gal 10 years younger.

Post wall, women who find themselves single have a very high odds of staying so for life. Married women who are happily so will benefit from “wife goggles” which is a term that means her husband’s love blinds him to how his wife is aging and he still sees her as in her youth. You want those wife goggles firmly in place prior to the wall.

But back to Grace Kelly and her kin to illustrate this concept visually:

Grace Kelly got lucky with the wall

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Her daughters Caroline and Stephanie, not so much (beware a heavy smoking, tanning, and a party lifestyle!)

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Ouch. See what I mean? And these women are mega millionaire princesses. Even they cannot avoid the wall.

Now consider Caroline’s daughter Charlotte, now at the peak of her feminine power, consider her options for a mate right now.

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She too will someday encounter the wall but for now she is in her absolute glory. As they say, don’t waste the pretty.

Don’t spend your best years in go nowhere relationships “experimenting” with stuff. If you do, you will miss the window to secure the best possible mate and future. Choose wisely. Treasure him and treat him well and he will do so for you. And be pleasant and have some domestic skills, too. Men like a daily supply of good food and clean socks almost as much as hot sex! Men who get all three? Happily married they be!

Let those who have ears hear.

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