French feminists think it is not enough for feminists to analyze and criticize the patriarchal society. They try to create a new paradigm to change it. They advocate establishing new values and ethics to incorporate the sexual difference between men and women, which used to be erased in terms of male sexuality, and want to include femininity and the female body. Since French feminists accept the fact that human subjectivity is fragmented in culture, they are more concerned with discovering or creating a feminine writing in which a real femininity can be embodied. Their efforts lie in two directions: they define a new femininity which is not distorted by patriarchal values and represent it in a new feminine writing. Their new femininity starts by redefining the female body and bodily experiences. French feminists are not succeeding in creating feminine values. Since they are forced to represent the repressed with the present patriarchal language, their attempts can be considered more likely as unproductive complaints or reactionary reversals at best. Their celebrations of the female body and motherhood seem to repeat the utopian gesture of idealizing essential and experiential femininity. Their emphasis on bodily experiences, however, may offer an opening to the underrepresented femininity. The texts themselves become a space to contextualize the unsaid and the unsayable.