hyperfeminized love

Definitions

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  • adjective Extremely feminized.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ feminized

Examples

  • Everything about the narrative surrounding Palin and my fantasies of her defeat was hypercombative and hyperfeminized, including the emerging media line about how it was, of course, the fault of Hillary supporters that she existed in the first place.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • Everything about the narrative surrounding Palin and my fantasies of her defeat was hypercombative and hyperfeminized, including the emerging media line about how it was, of course, the fault of Hillary supporters that she existed in the first place.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • Everything about the narrative surrounding Palin and my fantasies of her defeat was hypercombative and hyperfeminized, including the emerging media line about how it was, of course, the fault of Hillary supporters that she existed in the first place.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • Everything about the narrative surrounding Palin and my fantasies of her defeat was hypercombative and hyperfeminized, including the emerging media line about how it was, of course, the fault of Hillary supporters that she existed in the first place.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • Jason thinks he can’t get laid because men have been hyperfeminized, and he isn’t allowed to go straight for the clitorus.

    Think Progress » Gonzales Blames Legal Challenges For Five Year Delay In Bringing Gitmo Detainees To Trial

  • Psychologist Phillip Atiba Goff has done studies showing that blackness tends to be hypermasculinized while Asian-ness tends to be hyperfeminized.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Her impression of Palin synthesized all that was mind-blowing about the vice-presidential candidate, crystallizing the improbability of her existence on a presidential ticket—and the hyperfeminized role she was hired to play there—with a barely amplified portrait of Palin’s winking flirtatiousness, her rambling sentences, her dropped-g gerunds, and her penchant for trailing off midargument.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • Her impression of Palin synthesized all that was mind-blowing about the vice-presidential candidate, crystallizing the improbability of her existence on a presidential ticket—and the hyperfeminized role she was hired to play there—with a barely amplified portrait of Palin’s winking flirtatiousness, her rambling sentences, her dropped-g gerunds, and her penchant for trailing off midargument.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • Her impression of Palin synthesized all that was mind-blowing about the vice-presidential candidate, crystallizing the improbability of her existence on a presidential ticket—and the hyperfeminized role she was hired to play there—with a barely amplified portrait of Palin’s winking flirtatiousness, her rambling sentences, her dropped-g gerunds, and her penchant for trailing off midargument.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • Her impression of Palin synthesized all that was mind-blowing about the vice-presidential candidate, crystallizing the improbability of her existence on a presidential ticket—and the hyperfeminized role she was hired to play there—with a barely amplified portrait of Palin’s winking flirtatiousness, her rambling sentences, her dropped-g gerunds, and her penchant for trailing off midargument.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

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