don t tell me no. I ve read it here several times on the comment section and it just baffles me how people usually still believe in those lame stereotypes.
so the first ladies of the america were shy and reserved?
a female can impose herself be outspoken and social and still be a lady lol
I wanted to say the states then noticed I should say america so you sort off got a mix hurrah xD
Most Helpful Guy
Not really and that's not a lady is neither is a lady an outspoken and very social woman or a woman who is shy and reserved, a lady is simply an old fashioned term used to say woman instead of actually saying woman, lady is also used to describe a woman of superior social status or noble birth such as a duchess, princess, countess, noble woman or viscount etc.
Further more a lady sf someone who has was raised properly and has proper manners and etiquette and adheres to the proper rules of society. That is also what a a gentleman is as well, not a man who treats women right or nice but a man raised with proper manners and etiquette. This is what elevates a man to a gentleman and a woman to a lady besides social status this is also what constitutes class.
A lady like a gentleman knows when to open her mouth and speak up and when to keep it shut, when to argue and when to agree, when to speak up and when not to, is humble not arrogant. They are not crass and a lady like a gentleman would be ashamed should their deeds not match their words. Among many other things this is what makes a woman a lady, It is a mindset, a way of life and a mentality. Anyone can be heroic from time to time but being a lady and a gentleman is something you have to be all the time.
And your not helping your case by using Hillary as an example she is almost everything a proper lady is not, she is rude, she is cruel, arrogant, and crass the only thing her and a lady have in common is superior social status and even that will be going away very soon when she's in prison.
Anyway that is what a lady is, you may not agree with this and might not even like it, but that is what a lady has been for hundreds of years and that is what one shall be for hundreds more.
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Most Helpful Girl
It's mostly the young people who like to say shy and reserved since they are a confused generation and don't know their own strengths because they feel they need society's approval to thrive or become what the common stereotype is mentioned.
I notice the guys love to call on girls who speak/defend themselves and can't see eye to eye and they get wrongly perceived as 'aggressive' or 'feminist' that is a man hater.1