The linguistic aspect of Womanism offers learners values as any other social language. While most French learners get a glimpse into the history of Napoleon and many Chinese speakers are familiar with an Asian lifestyle, English non-native speakers like us need to understand the language in a broader scope. Since English is our shared method of communication, we have to adapt to not just one culture, but also variants in accents or vocabularies from multiple English-speaking countries. Similarly, Womanism serves the same purpose among the black community. By speaking Womanism, they are able to understand and embrace each other's values and virtues, while making their history known to the rest of the world.