from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Femininity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Womanliness; femininity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The qualities becoming a woman; womanliness.
- n. Effeminacy.
Never – she realized it perfectly – could she have competed in feminity with Guardie's wife.
Isn’t it strange that even feminists don’t believe that feminity is masculinity’s equal?
March 30th, 2009 MUMBAI - Layers, frills and skirts, with 'feminity' written all over in bold letters, highlighted Nita Lulla's collection displayed at the Lakme Fashion Week. ulla's collection, represented eco-friendly organic line, was displayed here last evening.
(“When a trans person is ridiculed or dismissed not merely for failing to live up to gender norms, but for their expressions of femaleness or feminity, they become the victims of a specific form of discrimination: trans-misogyny”).
That sort of mentality is utterly disgusting, but that is what some feminists believe, a woman is not strong unless if she abandons feminity.
Then, exaggerated feminity came into style, which could only be achieved by wearing a corset.
Or do you take the freebie as a nice nod to your feminity?
As crazy as some of the styles were, modesty and feminity were never a problem back then.
We generally think of the 50's as the model of feminity.
It seems to consider masculinity versus feminity as a given and a natural dichotomy that anybody with a sexual preference has to buy into.