feminity


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feminity

(fɛˈmɪnɪtɪ)
n
feminine nature, qualities or characteristics
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CHVRCHES singer Lauren Mayberry has blasted critics who called her gig outfits "too revealing" - saying her clothes express her feminity.
Masculinity and Feminity doesn't tell us what our gender is," one tweet read.
"FLYING T" A 3-D ART PIECE DEDICATED TO WOMEN AND FEMINITY
The Moroccan caftan, which is a bright, colored and elegant fabric epitomizes fulfilled feminity created by imagination, and reveals a technical mastery which is characteristic to the Kingdom.
"Women boxing is brilliant because it challenges society's notions of feminity.
To combat those conceptions, marketers for Barbie appealed to mothers by using Barbie as an example for fashion and feminity, as opposed to body image.
His works, inspired from the life, symbolises the feminity, the nostalgia and the love.
So when you see a great conductor who's a man, you're seeing their feminity all the time.
Using her Welsh accent and brassy feminity, her flirting with a number of the male characters was a constant delight and had everyone present in fits of laughter.
According to Dongre, the Duchess of Cambridge's fashion springs from these five philosophies: elegance, feminity, comfort, simplicity and occasion.
These are what I have to offer, and I know masculinity or feminity doesn't play any role in election in my constituency.
"He didn't make me feel stupid when I told him that if possible I wanted to keep my breast as they are a part of my feminity.