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YouTube Channels That Will Assist Your Journey to Femininity

March 15, 2020

Hi everyone!

If you're anything like me, YouTube is a big source of the content I consume. Since finding this subreddit, I've found that it's a very useful resource to improving your femininity, and I wanted to share what I found with all of you. I'll be posting the name of the YouTube channel, a link to the channel, and a short description (and maybe a link to a good video of theirs).

If you have any other YouTube channels you know of, please let me know and I'll add it to the list!

  • Mrs Midwest - link

Mrs Midwest is a YouTube channel I found while browsing this subreddit, and is the first femininity channel I watched. I don't watch many of her videos but I know that a lot of people on this subreddit do, so I thought I might list it here. All her videos are to do with femininity, how to act ladylike, and she also posts some GRWM videos.

  • AlexandrasGirlyTalk - link

AlexandrasGirlyTalk is my current favourite femininity YouTube channel. Alexandra posts videos on beauty tips, hair tips, and clothing tips. She goes into great depth about how small details can make or break an outfit. As well as this, Alexandra posts about increasing your feminine energy. Here's my favourite video of hers.

  • School of Affluence - link

The School of Affluence YouTube channel is a great resource for improving on your elegance and classiness (with some fashion tips thrown in). The host of the channel, Anna, owns a finishing school, and brings all her expertise to the videos she makes. This one is a bit more full-on, because she does talk about 'attracting rich men'. Personally I've swallowed the red pill to attract strong/assertive men, as well as to improve myself, so take what you want from this channel and leave the rest! Here's a good video of hers.

Other YouTube channels that have helped me:

  • Matthew Hussey - link

Although Matthew Hussey is popularly known as a 'dating coach for women', his videos are super helpful with increasing your confidence and girl game. You don't necessarily need to be actively looking for a man to put his tips into practice. I stumbled upon his YouTube channel before ever finding RedPillWomen, and used some of his advice when talking to guys. I kid you not, within the next two weeks, a total of three guys had asked me out. It was insane and I could hardly believe it. A change in attitude can sometimes provide massive results.

Breeny Lee's YouTube channel is one you should go to if you need that self-confidence boost. Her videos are all about self-love, confidence, and feeling good in your own skin. I would really recommend this channel if you need a pep talk!

  • Steve TV Show - link

I'm sure everyone knows of Steve Harvey! He's actually the first figure who introduced me to traditional masculine/feminine roles when I saw his videos about whether men should always pay on the first date, the 90 day rule, etc.. Here's one of my favourite videos of his. Here's another one about men being the 'hunters' in relationships, and this is another similar one. This video is a good insight into what men are thinking. Steve's videos about dating are super helpful, especially since he's giving women advice from a man on a man's perspective!

YouTube channels suggested in the comments:

"On this channel you will see ten-item capsule wardrobe, homemaking, classy living, etiquette, and much more."

"I strive to inspire women to be better homemakers, to thrive in their femininity with grace and class, and pursue excellence as a high-value woman. On this channel, we discuss homemaking, femininity, women's issues, etiquette, lifestyle."

"This channel is all about keeping it fun, keeping it feminine, and changing women's lives for the better."

"Chrissie provides cutting edge commentary and advice on colorism, dating/hypergamy, promotion and femininity primarily for dark skinned black women and girls."

  • Adrienne Everheart's Love Academy - link suggested by u/leinlin

"Key topics include: understanding masculine/feminine energy ♥ texting and calling ♥ attracting high quality men ♥ shifting from girlfriend to wife ♥understanding men ♥how to get commitment ♥ cheating ♥ pornography ♥ getting your ex back ♥ how to attract men with your feminine energy ♥how women push men away"

"learn the secrets to attract the man you want and inspire his love, devotion and commitment"

"I teach women how to be in their feminine energy, radiance and essence in their life, work and relationships. I publish a video every Sunday on the topics of feminine power, feminine energy, self care, sexuality, understanding desire, relationships and becoming the most authentic version of you!"

"here to discuss a bunch of difficult things that hopefully makes us all better for doing so"

"A place for women to learn how to exude their femininity. On this channel, you’ll find videos on femininity, elegance, modern homemaking, style and beauty!!"

"My aim is to help women be the best and magnificent feminine versions of themselves through food, fashion, fitness and makeup. So that their inner beauty can be equally matched by their outer beauty. "

"This channel is for the ladies who want to embrace their femininity and how to be classy."

"French fashion blogger and fashion designer focused on feminine and elegant fashion and advises. I love everything feminine!"

"Embrace life as a classy lady with timeless advice on social graces, classic style and sophisticated living."

"This channel is intended to influence and instruct women on how to reconnect with their soft feminine core to become the best ladies, wives, and mothers in this modern feminist driven society."

"A melting pot of knowledge, beauty, relationships, self-love and leveling up to get the life u deserve!"

"Fashion Designer. Fashion, Feminine, Beauty Blogger."

"Feminine and Classy Youtube Channel for career women living in big cities featuring advice, tips, and hacks in fashion, beauty, travel, and lifestyle."

"I'm Ina and I talk about femininity and being a modern housewife."

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Title YouTube Channels That Will Assist Your Journey to Femininity
Author squideye62
Upvotes 123
Comments 28
Date March 15, 2020 5:07 AM UTC (3 years ago)
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[–]Asteroria22 points23 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Jennifer Scott at 'The Daily Connoisseur'

[–]themissingpipe15 points16 points  (6 children) | Copy Link

I’d also add Cynthia L. to that list. She’s similar to mrs. Midwest, and I really like her channel.

[–]leinlin16 points17 points  (4 children) | Copy Link

Although I am a Christian myself both of them give off a weird vibe to me. InnerBeautyTV by Nicole Michelle seems much more genuine and to the point. Also less self-centred if you know what I mean. Mrs. Midwest’s intros just never fail to make me cringe.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

I know you've gotten downvoted but I agree that Mrs. Midwests intros are a little much and she is a bit too giggly but her content is good overall.

[–]Aknagtehlriicnae7 points8 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

I agree on the mrs. Midwest point. She drew me in with your content but the way she does it definitely makes me lose my interest quickly. I feel like every video is the same repetition of information and she talks in circles in every video. Not saying she’s bad just saying she definitely isn’t for me to stay interested.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

She definitely performs in her videos. I think you can be feminine but also be genuine. You don't have to flip your hair, giggle, or talk in a child-like tone, etc. Her intros look like an attempt to be relatable or genuine with making faces and having "blooper" moments but it still feels like performing.

[–]danyixa2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I might get downvoted for this but I’m kind of worried of the messages she’s sending to her younger audience. I agree with many of Mrs.Midwest’s points even as a girl going for a career in cyber security. However I do find that she puts on an act. The way she talks, her body language all seem like an act.

[–]rosebyanyothername11 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link


same here!

[–]pankakebatter7 points8 points  (4 children) | Copy Link

Chloe_. Very clear and straight to the point.

[–]leinlin11 points12 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

And Chrissie for that matter. I love black women‘s approach to femininity. They take marrying well to a whole new level and aren‘t delusional when it comes to the importance of finances in marriage and the raising of kids. SheraSeven1 is the most notorious one and I admire her for how unapologetic she is.

[–]anonkcthtk7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I think because most people don’t acknowledge black women’s femininity so they see the value in it a lot more than perhaps a woman of another race who takes it for granted.

[–]pankakebatter4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Agreed. I like sherra too. I loved nichole at one point, but IMO she seems to go around in circles alot , and doesn't get straight to the point.

[–]Aggressive-Nose0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Most of the women i listen to about feminity are black. I just enjoy how straight to the point they are

[–]leinlin5 points6 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

Adrienne Everhart Helena Hartt Candice Oneida

[–]escailer2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

I’m not a woman, but I have learned a lot about a woman’s perspective to this world from Georgia Free. I think she is great.

[–]leinlin1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Yes, I see. The whole hypergamy discussion. I used to like School of Affluence for it. But she watered down her content to basic stuff like fashion and make up in order to still sell her classes in which apparently she’s teaching the real deal. Which is a pity. She used to be refreshing before her blow up. Now she little more than mainstream elegance youtubers which we have a dime a dozen.

[–]dabadeedabadaa1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I love Helena and Adrienne! Their approaches are slightly different and would probably not be endorsed by RPW, but I've found a lot of their information on how to act with men really useful.

[–]Curiouslyix4 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Can I add the feminine fancy to the list!

[–]bellsandbutterflies4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Seconding this! I can't believe Felicia's channel isn't more popular. She is SO knowledgable and FUN!!! Most "femininity youtubers" seem like aspirational disney princess barbie dolls... Which is good for them on being Ms. Perfect, but Felicia is a great example of what a truly fun, cool feminine woman can be.

[–]BonnieBelle2552 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Mrs. Midwest talks a lot about being a homemaker instead of being career-driven. I would love to do that, but what do men think about women being homemakers? Do they see women without careers as lazy?

[–]208032110012112 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Some smaller channels:

Zoe May

Linda Sandrine

[–]defiantlypink1 point2 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

The Modern Lady

Inner Beauty TV by Nicole Michelle


Ebony Nikita

Zoe May

The New Feminine

Class by Deb

That Feminine Housewife

[–]squideye62[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Thank you for all these, I’ll add them!

[–]squideye62[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Just added. Thanks for all the suggestions!

(P.S. love your username!)

[–]Moonbabe051 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

It's a smaller channel but Lisa Hart has some good content as well. Mostly femininity and elegance through fashion.

Thanks for this list! I'm definitely going to check these out.

[–]squideye62[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Thanks so much for suggesting Lisa - I'd never heard of her until you commented but I read her 'about' page on youtube and I'm so excited to see that she's a bellydance fan and posts bellydance tutorials! As someone who is just beginning to teach myself bellydancing, I was so happy to find this. Thanks again, and I hope the list helps you out! :)

[–]RaniaSnowflake1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Thanks a lot for these posts ! I've been trying to be more of a lady during this rough time.

[–]squideye62[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Of course, I'm glad it's helped you!

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