Womanless


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Wom´an`less


a.1.Without a woman or women.
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Each time a girl opens a book and reads a womanless history, she learns she is worth less," said gender bias researcher and trailblazer Myra Pollack Sadker.
Beginning with a declaration that "dressing in drag was not new to" him because his father had been known to wear a dress for the community's annual staging of the Womanless Wedding, (11) Sugar proceeds to reaffirm his father's traditional masculinity, and thus his heterosexuality: "My father was all man.
The TV shows were mostly two-handers but here an unnamed woman (Kirsty Woodward) performs a series of roles becoming the flesh and blood manifestation of all the hopes and dreams of a father and son trapped in a womanless world.
The TV shows were mostly twohanders but here an unnamed woman (Kirsty Woodward) performs a series of roles ranging from deceased wife, unattainable siren and bunny girl to lost love as she becomes the manifestation of all the hopes and dreams of a father and son trapped in a womanless world.
Thompson Friend's article "The Womanless Wedding" demonstrates in a very entertaining manner the construction of masculinity through gender, for it provides a portrait of the communal and patriarchal context of southern society.
13) In appropriating the hero's journey as a metaphor for female menstruation, therefore, del Toro transgresses the patriarchal cycle of womanless regeneration.