female body

  1. the body of a female human being
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  • Two competing ideal female body types developed: the buxom blonde and the elegant brunette.
  • And for women, skirts and V-neck blouses are obviously designed to expose the attractive parts of the female body; they are also tailored to emphasis the unexposed parts.
  • They are not making clothes for the female body. Times, Sunday Times
  • I remember sitting in the dark auditorium, feeling awkward amidst my male colleagues, watching the images of dismembered and scantily clad female body parts advertising liquor and cars and possibly orange juice flash across the screen in dizzying succession. Lori Day: The Gender Pendulum: How the Free Market Economy Creates Gender Polarization
  • Further, the likelihood of getting womb cancer was even higher for the 362 women who took a certain fertility drug called clomiphene, which manipulates the function of oestrogen to cause the female body to make more eggs. NaturalNews.com
  • Logically, the very purpose of reincarnation is service to the Buddha Dharma, and in terms of the people, if circumstances are such that [a] female body would be more useful in that field, then why not? April L. Bogle: Her Holiness: Is the Time Right for a Female Dalai Lama?
  • Longevity of monandrous females was not related to female body weight, nor was there any relationship between degree of polyandry and female body weight.
  • Husbands complain about domestic trifles or elope with younger mistresses, male colleagues disparage women by making rude remarks about their figure, and the female body, on the whole, is either coveted or rejected.
  • They have described how the Renaissance blazon expresses the desire to fetishize and idolize the female body by fragmenting the subjective Other and reshaping her as a figura for the male poet's autonomy.
  • The role of women in sport was also problematic, as ideas about proper ladylike behaviour and the proper form of the female body conflicted with developing cults of health and energy at the turn of the century.
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