feminal

feminal

(ˈfɛmɪnəl)
adj
feminine, female
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In order to give voice and agency to the subaltern and to avoid double marginalization of the feminal ventriloquism by patriarchal straight-jacketed mercenary machinations, the interstitial mode of inquiry adopted by this paper can be quite helpful.
This feminal place name reminds me of a topographical name on Kangaroo Island I documented back in 2009.
(5) Monserda colaboro con revistas: Modas y labor, La ilustracion de la mujer, Feminal. En "El femenisme a Catalunya" (1907) afirma que el feminismo es responsabilidad masculina.
The two exceptions were the towering Feminal Pillar, 2010, and Masculine Pillar, 2009, the latter of which--a nine-foot-tall tepee-ish structure topped with a crescent/horn thing that's a dead ringer for the eye of Mordor-- was occupied by the artist himself during the opening reception.
L'adjectif << feminal >> designe et reconnait chez la femme, la force, le pouvoir et la prise de risque de la femme.
Hasta ahora, la prensa escrita ha sido el formato preferido y las primeras publicaciones de este tipo en Espana (Feminal, El Pensamiento Femenino, etc.) llegaron de la mano de un feminismo incipiente de caracter conservador, surgido a principios del siglo XX.
The FEMINAL female urinal is designed so that a woman can urinate in a reclined, seated, or standing position.
One relatively new product, the Feminal by A-Plus Medical Products, purports to be so anatomically designed for female use that no handles are required.