The model for girls (Figure 2) includes the variables: support by mother, parental supervision, attachment to school (absent in the boys' model), delinquent peers, unconventional leisure in peer group, M- and unmitigated femininity
These different spatial associations are connected to the question of the meaning of modern femininity
The ever-shrinking image of femininity
has relegated the likes of Welsh actress Rachel Roberts and the iconic Marilyn Monroe to the pages of the history books in favour of androgynous models.
ISLAMABAD -- The duo-show by Sumera Jawad and Faraz Ali brought amalgamation of abstract femininity
and real expressions in a Press Preview here Tuesday.
The instrument used to measure the masculinity and femininity
of the participants was BSRI (BEM sex Role Inventory).
The following project aims at an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas and perspectives on the issues of femininity
and masculinity in the 21st century.
Wegesin and Meyer-Bahlburg (2000) suggested that there was an association between top or bottom self-labels and femininity
As Jewish men began to shape American pop culture of the postwar years, they often asserted their independence from the painful (or embarrassing) history through less-than-flattering portrayals of their mothers and sisters and cousins, robbing Jewish women of their femininity
and sexual power in the public imagination for generations.
By reinforcing dominant ideas of masculinity and femininity
, the text implies that these roles--and gender inequities--are normal and desirable.
But, according to the co-creators of this incisive celebration of queer femininity
, the question misses the point entirely.
Polygendered and Ponytailed: The Dilemma of Femininity
and the Female Athlete
Feminism has become the F word in as much as femininity
was the F word in the 70s," explains Stephanie, who has just written a book, entitled Postfemininities in Popular Culture.
The Body in Time: Figures of Femininity
in Late Nineteenth-Century France
Based on the findings, the researchers suggest that female wrestlers are comfortable with their body; that public perception concerning their sexuality and femininity
is not an issue of concern for them; and that they do not experience gender-role conflict nor engage in the female apologetic.
in Flight: A History of Flight Attendants.