unmacho

unmacho

(ʌnˈmætʃəʊ)
adj
not macho
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I felt distinctly unmacho after only about 10 seconds of watching it.
They're probably better off going to the pub and forgetting about the woman causing the misery and accompanying unmacho behaviour.
America set for a radical, caring, unmacho future if a black man or a woman becomes president?
It's hard to imagine Pathe's civilized and decidedly unmacho toppers Francois Ivernel and Cameron McCracken mingling comfortably with Love's audience, but Pathe certainly will be happy to take their money.
Sergej Jensen's linen-and-cotton works seem unmacho, even shy, abstract, and totally lacking in content, but the shapes have exact points of reference--to German politics, for example.
The nomad is no man and yet is always the single individual, the single man--there is a problem, I note in passing, with a kind of unmacho phallocentrism in Memmi's writing.
Apparently, the lads had just chatted up two beautiful girls and, for some bizarre reason, decided to be pictured with these most unmacho of props.
But Jeremy Hoenack, inspired by his wife, has taken a decidedly unmacho tack with a lightweight and easily manageable car cover.
Often placed in the lineage of Light and Space artists Robert Irwin and James Turrell, Eliasson seemed here to be borrowing as much from Dan Graham and Gordon Matta-Clark, filtering their seemingly disparate games of perceptual displacement and architectural (de-) constructions through a cheerfully unmacho and pleasure-loving intelligence.