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hypersexualized

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of hypersexualize.

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Examples

  • In addition, female characters were far more likely to be "hypersexualized" - 25 percent were wearing tight , provocative, revealing clothing, compared with four percent of males - and physically attractive 14 percent versus.

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  • "Charles O'Byrne came up with the term 'hypersexualized' in an effort to mobilize black voters for the governor," the source said.

    NY Post: News

  • "Charles O'Byrne came up with the term 'hypersexualized' in an effort to mobilize black voters for the governor," the source said.

    NY Post: News

  • Paterson's repeated recent use of the term "hypersexualized" to describe press reports that he was suspected of cheating on his wife was an O'Byrne-generated strategy meant to link the state's first black governor to a historic racist stereotype, said a source with direct knowledge of the situation.

    NY Post: News

  • Paterson's repeated recent use of the term "hypersexualized" to describe press reports that he was suspected of cheating on his wife was an O'Byrne-generated strategy meant to link the state's first black governor to a historic racist stereotype, said a source with direct knowledge of the situation.

    NY Post: News

  • "hypersexualized" behavior (as Kampia himself described it to the Post).

    Hit & Run

  • "hypersexualized" behavior (as Kampia himself described it to the Post).

    Hit & Run

  • She gets to the root of how the women of color we see on reality TV contribute to larger society's marginalization of Black/Latina women as "difficult" or "hypersexualized."

    Christine Bork: 2011 Resolutions and Evolutions

  • She gets to the root of how the women of color we see on reality TV contribute to larger society's marginalization of Black/Latina women as "difficult" or "hypersexualized."

    Christine Bork: 2011 Resolutions and Evolutions

  • Featuring interviews with an array of female leaders--including Condoleezza Rice, Katie Couric, Rachel Maddow, and Jane Fonda, among others--the film explores how one-dimensional, hypersexualized images of women in mainstream media reinforce negative gender stereotypes and deprive girls of inspiring role models.

    Ilene H. Lang: Misrepresented

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