- adj. Extremely masculine
- hyper- + masculine (Wiktionary)
“Some may say that Mamet's work is 'hypermasculine' while calling into question Mamet's integrity or character because of his own personal history.”
“Writing a story about a large, strong, assertive girl playing the hypermasculine sport of football really brings that issue to the fore.”
“I was out in my personal life, but my on-air life was totally closeted, and I overcompensated by developing a hypermasculine alter ego and daily features like "Stump the Stoner.”
“If pro football still hasn't shed its reputation as a land of social Darwinism and hypermasculine values, the Jets cut against the grain with this organizational safety net.”
“The restaurant STK claims to make a break from the hypermasculine tradition of steakhouses.”
“The iconic Marlboro Man, with his hypermasculine getup of lassos and tattoos, was an elaborate decoy set up to prove that there was nothing effeminate or sissy about smoking filter-tipped cigarettes.”
“Steinem observed that because children were still raised by women, some men feel as though “they are regressing to childhood” when faced with a powerful female, and that racist stereotypes of black men as hypermasculine prompt some white men to identify with them as a way of affirming their own masculinity.”
“Jackson's costumes and accessories range from various signature wigs to his hypermasculine look with his military/marching band outfits or his classic red (faux) leather look from "Beat It" to his softer look with his white nylon socks that were always prominently displayed beneath his black dress pants when he's doing his famous moonwalk.”
“The U.S. strategy of forced isolation has also provided Iran with the space it has needed to establish a hypermasculine warrior ideal.”
“Police gang members are known to exhibit a great deal of pride over their custom vehicles, which they consider to be an extension of their hypermasculine identity.”
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