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14th Feb '17 8:48:45 PM TriumphantMagician
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* RealMenWearPink ({{def|ied trope}}ying the notion that anything feminine ruins masculinity)

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* RealMenWearPink ({{def|ied trope}}ying ([[SubvertedTrope subverts]] the notion that anything feminine ruins masculinity)



* VasquezAlwaysDies (the un-feminine lady is doomed)

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* VasquezAlwaysDies (the un-feminine lady is doomed)(masculine women are expendable)
14th Feb '17 8:40:56 PM TriumphantMagician
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* FemmeFatale (femininity used for dark purposes)

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* FemmeFatale (femininity used for dark sinister purposes)
29th Nov '16 4:50:49 AM peccantis
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* GonkyFemme .An feminine woman looks unfeminine.
29th Nov '16 4:49:52 AM peccantis
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While "feminine" simply means "any attribute associated with women", culturally, the term tends to encompass things like beauty, grace, elegance, and the ways women are often expected to carry themselves. Unfortunately, the latter often involves things like demureness and timidness, which has also led to women being expected to be weak. Yet that isn't always the case. In both RealLife and fiction, it's sometimes accepted that women can be feminine, yet still strong.

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While "feminine" simply means "any attribute associated with women", culturally, the term tends also means the traits that are ''expected'' of women to encompass perform and have, encompassing things like beauty, grace, elegance, and the ways women are often expected to carry themselves. good social manners. Unfortunately, the latter often involves things like demureness and timidness, which has also led to women being expected to be weak. Yet that isn't always the case. In both RealLife weak-willed and fiction, it's sometimes accepted that fragile, while bringing rejection and ridicule to those women can be feminine, yet still strong.
who fail (or [[TomBoy refuse]]) to comply.



Regardless of the exact form (such as whether one is "girly" or "mature"), these are the tropes about femininity.

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Regardless of the exact form (such as whether one is "girly" "girly", "lady-like", or "mature"), "matronly"), these are the tropes about femininity.
14th Nov '16 9:22:01 PM arbo
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22nd Jul '16 1:49:02 PM GreenChloe
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* DamselinDistress

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* DamselinDistressDamselInDistress
22nd Jul '16 1:48:39 PM GreenChloe
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* DamselinDistress
18th Mar '16 4:16:53 PM Monolaf317
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* GirlsLoveChocolate
12th Dec '15 10:39:33 PM DragonQuestZ
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[[caption-width-right:280:For royal ladies, there is nothing wrong with looking {{pretty|in mink}} and [[EverythingsSparklyWithJewelry elegant]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:280:For royal ladies, ladies[[labelnote:**]]such as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabiola_of_Belgium Queen Fabiola of Belgium]][[/labelnote]], there is nothing wrong with looking {{pretty|in mink}} and [[EverythingsSparklyWithJewelry elegant]].]]
10th Sep '15 5:09:55 PM RushLimborg
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* SpiritedYoungLady (femininity as wholly compatible with empowerment and independence)
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