ultramasculine

ultramasculine

(ˌʌltrəˈmæskjʊlɪn)
adj
extremely masculine
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Thus, we look for an ultramasculine figurehead who is both confident and combative to secure our secret.
LW: There is also, as you know, this ultramasculine man that is also gay.
Prison is an ultramasculine world where nobody talks about masculinity.
30) The aesthetics of the city can be located in the very dynamics from which it emerged; dynamics that have resulted in a highly novel, ultramasculine, violently imagined, racially qualified, and typically antipodal space of redemption and contamination, utopia and dystopia, heaven and hell.
The home thus serves as an oppositional instrument to conceptualize an ultramasculine space in reggaeton.
Because Conrad blurs the lines of gender in this work, introducing both ultramasculine characters such as Singleton and Captain Allistoun as well as other characters who do not conform to a traditional version of masculinity, this book would suggest that it is unnecessary to comply with a narrow version of manhood.
2001) ("Prison is an ultramasculine world where nobody talks about masculinity.
Elizabeth Ammons's characterization of Littlepage's narrative is symptomatic of existing scholarship, representing the tale as a "strange ultramasculine Western way of knowing that, quite appropriately, is preoccupied with interpreting great white male material texts of conquest and danger" (91).
Lots of gals who fancy the bulls and bio-boys exclusively prefer the looser term "queer" to "bisexual," since many ultramasculine dykes have a complicated relationship to their womanhood, to say the least.
By the '60s, the business had expanded to include the famous Argos bar, which marked a shift toward the new ultramasculine gay aesthetic.
Burton is also quite frank about the off-putting stereotypes of jazz as ultramasculine, and his own ironic position of "being a gay person in a field of music seen as macho and .
In the process, Puig deconstructs the conventional conception of ultramasculine machismo, "the cult of virility" with its sexual aggression and "intransigence in male-to-male relationships" and of ultrafeminine marianismo, "the cult of feminine spiritual superiority" with its "semi-divine and spiritually stronger" women who endure (Stevens, 1973, pp.