Carol Driscoll, Aesthetic Realism consultant to women, writes:
I love what’s described in issue #1710 of The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known entitled “Woman: Assertion & Yielding.” These opposites are near and dear to me and I know they affect women everywhere. In 2020 women are more assertive than ever—we’re active in every field, including sports, and prominent in government and public life. However, a woman also wants to yield truly, be honestly affected, including very much as to love. This was so of me. I could seem to be “yielding” but I also liked to tell a man what to do, how he should dress, the books he should read, and so on. Needless to say, this didn’t endear me to the man I was with, and made it impossible for me to be truly and deeply affected by him.
”Woman: Assertion & Yielding” shows how these opposites can be together beautifully in a way that makes for pride. This is what women and men throughout history have yearned to know, and now can! >>Read this issue