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The concept of "feminine" is a social construct. This means that it varies based on society, the current culture values, and so on. For example, before WWII, pink was perceived as a masculine color, and blue a feminine color. However, after Hitler used pink to mark people who were homosexual for his concentration camps, pink became a color that men wanted to avoid in fear of the association or being perceived as less "manly."
So the concept of what constitutes as feminine is not stagnant.
However, feminine view or concepts that tie into femininity are communication, gathering, "we," maintaining norms and values, people are equal participants in a process, let's all tell our sides as we all have information and can pool together our resources, people create their own reality, circular vision, groups, communicate WITH as opposed TO, and the aim to create continuity.2