I talked about something I called feminine virtue here. I didn’t really have a name for it, and it was somewhat difficult to describe, but I think that it is a real thing.
It can be a real asset for a young lady. Men, even if they don’t understand it, consider it a big plus when it comes to marriage. Or at least for a good portion of men. Probably the men that are looking for it (either consciously or subconsciously) are more likely to be good marriage material. So it works both ways.
So, if you have a daughter, try to do things to cultivate this in them. I am not totally sure as to how to do it, perhaps commenters can help. However, encouraging such things as honesty, service to others, discussion about morality, thinking ahead would probably be a good start.
A hard sell is probably not the best approach. Look for teachable moments, and then discuss. Don’t pour it on too thick. At other times, subtitling bring up topics, But perhaps the best approach of all is to be a good role model.
Exit Question — How do girls look to the future?