1. one having both male and female sexual characteristics and organs; at birth an unambiguous assignment of male or female cannot be made
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How To Use androgyne In A Sentence

  • Thus that attraction to androgynes is not actually the same as homosexual desire.
  • If they stay true to their nature, androgynes cannot reproduce.
  • And while we're back on the subject of everybody's favourite shaven-headed warbling arthouse androgyne, perhaps I should blog the following exchange from yesterday evening.
  • First, and in keeping with Plato's Symposium, the hermaphrodite represents the perfect wholeness of the primordial androgyne.
  • In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, feminine difference was often absorbed into the utopian figure of the androgyne.
  • Thinking of ourselves seriously, not as one of the boys, not as neuters, or androgynes, but as women.
  • What this ad seems to be suggesting is that if everything goes right, you too can have your pockets rifled through by a stringy haired androgyne in a psychedelic meadow of nondescript yellow.
  • Here, the androgyne, as apparent exception to a society of single-sexed humans, provides a space from which to judge the way sex is produced in the first place, and hence the unnatural origins of a ‘true sex.’
  • It is the painter's image of the desirable androgyne, his fantasy.
  • But she is nothing if not scrupulous about deflecting personal scrutiny, having long since turned herself into a more or less ageless, stateless androgyne.
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