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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfemininityfem‧i‧nin‧i‧ty /ˌfeməˈnɪnəti/ noun [uncountable]  WOMANqualities that are considered to be typical of women, especially qualities that are gentle, delicate, and prettymasculinity You don’t have to lose your femininity to be an independent, successful woman.
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femininityIts concern with celebrating femininity encourages it to pass over more of traditional psychology's gender biases than egalitarian feminist psychology does.Add a silk scarf for femininity.The biological fact of her femininity took precedence over serious critical evaluations of her work.Response categories, too, are influenced by the association of femininity with passivity.The picture of the rejection of femininity is thus brought into sharper focus.The color pink is associated with femininity.Psychology, like other discourses, associates subjectivity with femininity, and objectivity with masculinity.
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