Sección Femenina was alienating for most women, although in the face of pervasive sexism of the Francoist regime maybe was a bit better. They said things like "never be a girl crammed with book learning; there is nothing more detestable than an intellectual woman" or that women never invented or could invent nothing, they only could retell what men had already done. They accepted submission of women and a legislation that was very regressive, particularly in respect to the Second Republic, being able to be accused of adultery and put in prison for it (her husband could even kill her with impunity) and domestic violence was completely accepted. What Concha says is false, if not, ask the wome who had to suffer them, i.e. my mum but also oral stories I know.