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Synonyms for androgyny

showing characteristics of both sexes

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I remember during his application that he was already pushing androgyny by incorporating tuxedo details in womenswear.
In one of Fitz's particularly entertaining and enlightening videos, she runs through old photos talking about the style evolution that led to embracing her own androgyny.
Firstly, we find that only instrumentality, androgyny and communion are significant predictors, secondly we find that communion has a higher impact than androgyny and instrumentality (beta=2.
Mariani's esteem for Duchamp may be the key to explaining the persistent androgyny in his work: Duchamp's famous bride and bachelor protagonists are derived from the syllables of the artist's own first name--Mar yields Mariee [Bride], while eel gives us Celibataires [Bachelors].
Previous studies done by Rey JH et al (4) and Cowie V et al (5) showed significantly lower androgyny score in both male and female schizophrenics whereas Kelsey FD (6) found lower androgyny score only in female schizophrenics and Vivek M et al (7) observed significantly lower androgyny score only in male patients.
the girl meets boy/X vs Y/ androgyny trend gives us check shirts, sweatshirts and skinny printed jeans and makes dressing on cold winter mornings easy peasy lemon squeezy.
The meaning of these two curious occurrences has only been tentatively hypothesized through recent scholarship, with particular attention being paid to the question of gender roles, identity and androgyny in the novel.
Androgyny is a big thing in hair with boyish, pixie cuts as the must-have look for the season.
Songs such as Belgian Waffle and Disco Pump were pounding blasts of acid funk, while Android Androgyny mixed wonky Wildpitch house beats with trippy, out-there melodies.
Indeed Bell (1932) and Horne (1999) hinted at a link between androgyny and the means to civilization, arguing that in an androgynous society, the virtues of womanhood flourish, whilst societies that subvert feminine virtue fail to thrive (Bell, 1932; Horne, 1999).
He finds that the Devil is identified for his presumed androgyny and said to "represent the seductive feminine pull of internal weakness" (ibid.
Her bohemian style is more about layering cozy basics and classic styles, with a hint of androgyny.
Primarily examining the phenomena as expressive of a female fantasy of male homoerotica, sections delve into particular works and consider concepts of androgyny, perversity, gender norms, sexuality, female empowerment and dis-empowerment, as well as cultural implications.
Androgyny is a word combination derived from the Greek [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (male) and [TEXT INCOMPLETE IN ORIGINAL SOURCE] (female), meaning bisexual personality (Wang, 2004).
Previous studies on personality traits associated with masculinity, femininity, and androgyny generally have found theoretically meaningful correlates.