"The woman who has made it materially by the use of her physical body, perhaps in sports or dance, but more likely in modeling, perhaps even in prostitution. She might also be the ordinary well-off housewife who has been what she was told to be: beautiful, clever consort to her husband and bearer of children. If so, then she has not been distanced from all the natural elements that assure her a level of integration. She has probably made of her home a remarkable oasis of genuine love in a desert of alienated materiality.
"She has capitalized on those characteristics that define her as woman -- beauty, passion, even fertility. She has had a good relationship to her physical body and the use of it in self-expression, personal achievement and career. Her creations have been physical -- lovemaking, children, sensual pleasure or physical comfort." (Gearhart, p. 41)