Femininity

In 1959, the Barbie fashion doll was introduced as a feminine ideal of modern aesthetic beauty by Mattel, in the United States. While there are those who hold Barbie to be the feminine ideal, Barbie`s anatomical proportions are exaggerated and do not, for example, meet the aesthetic proportions that men in Indo-European cultures find most attract....
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femininity

[n] - the trait of behaving in ways considered typical for women
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Femininity

• (n.) The female form. • (n.) The quality or nature of the female sex; womanliness.
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femininity

muliebrity noun the trait of behaving in ways considered typical for women
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Femininity

Fem`i·nin'i·ty noun 1. The quality or nature of the female sex; womanliness. 2. The female form. [ Obsolete] « O serpent under femininitee Chaucer.
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femininity

a set of distinctive culturally specific characteristics attributed to and prescribed for women. Compare masculinity.
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femininity

femininity, feminity Feminine quality; the characteristic quality or assemblage of qualities pertaining to the female sex, womanliness; in early use also, female nature.
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Femininity

Possession of expressive personality traits.
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femininity

Possession of well-developed secondary female sex characteristics.
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