When an individual is born a woman, she has to figure out how to be a woman by doing the best she possibly can. She observes other women, reads, listens to her mother, sisters and grandmothers.
Her practice is by trial and error and she eventually decides that being a woman is about adjusting how to do it by the reactions she gets. By being a member of her gender, she learns how to “do” it from watching how others respond to her.
No matter which language she uses, most would agree that being a woman is a huge responsibility.