Virgin-O-LogyIngenuousness – an archetypal depiction of virginity
1. ingenuousness - the quality of innocent naivete, artlessness, innocence, naturalness, naiveness, naivete, innocencyVirginity makes ingenuity
2. ingenuousness - openly straightforward or frank candidness, candour, forthrightness, frankness, directness, candor - the quality of being honest and straightforward in attitude and speech,artlessness - ingenuousness by virtue of being free from artful deceit
Antonym: disingenuousness - the quality of being disingenuous and lacking candor
The ingénue is a stock character in literature, film, and a role type in the theatre; generally a girl or a young woman who is endearingly innocent and wholesome. The term comes from the French adjective ingénu meaning "ingenuous" or innocent, virtuous, and candid. The term may also imply a lack of sophistication and cunning. Typically, the ingenue is beautiful, gentle, sweet, virginal, and often naïve, in mental or emotional danger, or even physical danger, usually a target of the Rake - a man who is habituated to immoral conduct, frequently a heartless womanizer ; whom she may have mistaken for The Hero - a character who, in the face of danger and adversity or from a position of weakness, displays courage and the will for self sacrifice—that is, heroism—for some greater good of all humanity (more).
Dr Halat's remarks:(1) In the Third Millennium there is no reason to restrict the virtue of ingenuousness to the female gender, while a boy or a young man have the equal right to be regarded endearingly innocent and wholesome to the opposite sex, and have the equal right to be saved from attacks from sex-obsessed maniacs and predators.
(2) For the sake of the young, families and children raised in these families, and whole society ingenuousness should be protected, praised and highly valued as a solid fundament for the eternal happiness of the future husband and wife who had not been deprived of their innate candor and turned to cunning, deceitful, immoral cheaters.
(3) Virginity makes ingenuity. Premarital virginal ingenuousness frees the mind, enables ingenuity.
(4) Father and mother are responsible for preserving ingenuousness of their children as long as possible, standing up for their sons and daughters moral, psychological and physical integrity always and in any adverse circumstances.
Premarital virginal ingenuousness frees the mind, enables ingenuity
Virginity until marriage matters in strong Catholic countries: Poland, Lithuania, Ireland
Miss Kerry of Ireland visiting the Warsaw's New Town Market Place, March 19, 2016, the Feast of St. Joseph who is the patron saint of families. St. Casimir Church, Virgin with Unicorn. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat. For more just google 'fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat'
Warsaw, the capital of Poland, New Town Market Place: St. Casimir Church, 1692, (Polish: St. Kazimierz Church, in full, Warszawski kościół Sakramentek pod wezwaniem św. Kazimierza) is a Roman Catholic church in Warsaw's New Town at Rynek Nowego Miasta 2.
Saint Casimir Jagiellon (1458 – 1484) was a prince of the Kingdom of Poland and of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. He died of tuberculosis (TB) at 25.
"What was most notable about Casimir’s short reign was his unwavering conviction in the Gospel and his refusal to abandon the Christian principles and sense of devotion that he had acquired as a child. One of the most inspiring aspects of Casimir’s reign was his decision not to marry because of illness and to instead embrace a chaste, celibate life. This was remarkable for a king in 15th century Europe! It was very much expected that a king or prince should not only marry but also have any number of mistresses in his wait, in spite of the inherent sinfulness of this adulterous behavior.
In fact, after he contracted tuberculosis, it was recommended to Casimir that sexual relations with a woman (even a prostitute if need be) would help remedy this disease*, a suggestion that the young prince admittedly refused to undertake. In no way would he seek to restore his physical health at the price of his eternal salvation." Author and Publisher - Catholic Online
*Apparently Spes phthisica was believed to justify the doctors' recommendation. Spes phthisica was the notion that persons with tuberculosis possessed heightened creativity and an increased sex drive.
Warsaw, the capital of Poland, New Town Market Place: A Virgin with a Unicorn: the coat of arms of the Warsaw's New Town on top of the well made of cast iron, mid-19th century.
Definition of kerry by the Virginology Dictionary:
a beautiful young lady who excels in multiple (moral, psychological, physical) facets of the divine gift of sex appeal which is crucial to allure a sensible candidate for the best husband.
The three components of beauty