gentle sex

gen′tle sex`



n.
usage: This term, though rarely used today, is sometimes perceived as patronizing.
n. Older Use: Sometimes Offensive.
women in general.
[1575–85]
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I fill this cup to one made up Of loveliness alone, A woman, of her gentle sex The seeming paragon; To whom the better elements And kindly stars have given A form so fair that, like the air,'Tis less of earth than heaven.
I fill'd this cup to one made up Of loveliness alone, A woman, of her gentle sex The seeming paragon -- Her health
She played a Cockney girl in 19143's The Gentle Sex and had success the same year in The Lam Still Burns and 1944's The Way to the Stars.
The outcomes were not affected by whether they had engaged in rough or gentle sex, or whether they had used condoms or sex toys.
20 FILM The Gentle Sex (1943) Second World War drama, starring Joan Greenwood.
Everywhere you go, you'll observe a lot of fine looking women, walking with their heads up and giving off so much confidence you'd think the world belongs to members of the gentle sex only.
It wasn't rough or rushed, it was gentle sex," he had told police who arrested him at home in Tudor Road, Cardiff.
He added: "The fact that 20% of these crimes were committed by the gentle sex is a very worrying and an increasing trend.
Few of us should be surprised by the protective instincts of the gentle sex, whether it be animals putting themselves between the jaws of death and their brood or human maternal instincts which though countless are seldom memorable, though there are notable exceptions.
But it was not only men who wanted to appeal to the ladies who were interested in etching glass, men who wanted to hide from the gentle sex also saw the appeal of hydrogen fluoride.
We ended up having wonderful gentle sex afterwards.