inner woman


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inner woman

n
1. a woman's mind, soul, or nature
2. jocular the stomach or appetite
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You'd also think lesbians, like old school feminists, would embrace anyone who rejects the patriarchy and male privilege, which many transwomen do as they claim their inner woman or sense of femininity or whatever they associate with those labels.
But this was just another one of Bassem's many gigs, where he channels his inner woman - usually in the form of one of the Arab world and Hollywood's most famous singers.
Wray, who owns Jo Wray's Antiques in Kilmichael, MS, and is a retired high school English teacher and author, has carved out a niche in the fashion world with one-of-a-kind art-to-wear for the ageless woman who believes that dressing daily is an art and a reflection of the inner woman.
The showcasing of her inner woman and the surfacing of a need to trust and love another human being, in this case, the mysterious Bilal Khattak, contradicts the impression created earlier.
I think we could all benefit from embracing our inner woman.
95, ISBN 0-976-59971-6 It is the story, written in verse, of a young woman who abandons the only home she knows to reinvent herself and embrace her inner woman.