De plus, dans le cinema marocain, le scope semantique du terme androgyne
, en tant qu'intergenre, ne subsume pas les homosexuels ni les lesbiennes ni les bisexuels.
She went on to publish The Autobiography of an Androgyne
(1918) and The Female Impersonators (1922), both memoirs in which she referred to herself as a person with a male physical body but the sexual constitution of a female.
, neutrois, genderqueer, pangendered, etc.
Users can choose among more than 50 possibilities, from androgyne
Lack of unanimity is a feature of democratic deliberation; the intervention of one powerful female figure with masculine qualities (Athena) helps to fashion a cohesive judgment, rather than prevent a legal verdict, as an earlier androgyne
(Clytemnestra) had done.
Thus, Andrej Pejic, a beautiful Bosnian half-Croat, half-Serb androgyne
whose hybridity transcends ethnic and gender/sexuality boundaries, constitutes a "middle finger" raised to both arch-nationalist, sexist Yugozoners, and the "monster" all harbor within.
Similarly, in Plato's Symposium, Aristophanes recounts how the earliest people were made up of three sexes: man-man, woman-woman, and the androgyne
In this way, Orlando becomes, after four centuries of existence, the perfect androgyne
Mais avant d'y venir, il faut souligner, a propos de la dualite du Darrhib, son caractere le plus etonnant, a savoir son androgynie ou sa symbolique androgyne
, puisqu'a la durete virile de ses pics sombres, a sa gueule devorante d'ogre ou de Saturne, il joint des entrailles blanches comme le talc qu'elles recelent, maternelles comme une matrice, feminines comme un corps qui appelle la caresse.
The introduction of the demonically beautiful androgyne
into the Garden reinforces the shadow play quality of the too-easy surrender of Jesus to the soldiers, and makes it clear no compassionate or pacifist impulse motivated Jesus to tell Peter to put away his sword.
LANTERS, Jose 'Impossible Promise: the Child and the Androgyne
in Thomas Kilroy's the Secret Fall of Constance Wilde and My Scandalous Life', see under GENERAL STUDIES, THEATRE: Bastos & O'Shea, pp.
It is possible to make much of this grammatical shift, suggesting that the original human was both male and female--an androgyne
similar to the beings described by Aristophanes' famous speech in Plato's Symposium.