- v. Simple past tense and past participle of desexualize.
“If she wears a power pantsuit, it's a 'desexualized uniform,' but if she shows a hint of cleavage -- as she famously did in 2007 -- it can ignite a media firestorm that eclipses her political platform.”
“The estate authorized the creation of this slightly desexualized version in order to (a) make money and (b) promote awareness of sex ed etc.”
“American actresses have desexualized themselves, confusing sterile athleticism with female power.”
“No faces or figures make it into the frame, presenting the sort of fragmentary view of the female body that in most any other context would constitute blatant objectification but here reads as a desexualized, intensely vulnerable collage of femininity.”
“In the Communist era before 1980, the image of the Chinese woman had been largely desexualized.”
“Is it only appropriate for certain eyes or for various reasons is it an aesthetic object—an art work—and thus should be separated, and desexualized, and removed of certain content?”
“Rather than restricting aesthetics to a kind of cultivated and desexualized realm.”
“Sure, they do it with a smaller audience, but they often feel the same humiliation when they get caught in sweatpants or with unshaven legs, behave unthinkingly, make bad romantic choices, grow out of their adolescent bodies, get dismissed as crazy, are frowned upon as irresponsible parents or, after giving birth, are desexualized and resented.”
“The guy playing Cyborg just happens to be physically inferior to everyone else except Bart Allen who is like Cyborg also desexualized.”
“Actors were demystified and desexualized; they became “just like us,” only prettier.”
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