- v. present participle of desexualize.
“Dunya Ramicova's costumes are similarly unadorned, with all the Chinese women in drab, desexualizing trouser suits; only the blond Pat Nixon is peacock-like in red and purple.”
“I don't agree that desexualizing Laura will make her mundane.”
“I think you see it coming from all kinds of different directions, both sexualizing theme, desexualizing them, treating them as aggressive and threatening and sort of monstrous, or as punch lines.”
“What better way to simultaneously neutralize her menace than by mocking, belittling, desexualizing and demonizing her while peeing on her likeness?”
“I think the Mr. Rogers and the Bill Cosby sweaters served the purpose -- quite intentionally -- of desexualizing the man.”
“Also, I'm saying men in shorts are desexualizing themselves.”
“I'm saying men in shorts are desexualizing themselves.”
“In effect, Rita behaved as if she were his mother—infantilizing and desexualizing him at the same time.”
““becoming-woman” as a figure of change incumbent upon all, including men, amounts to a masculinist and desexualizing appropriation of feminist struggle.”
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