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masculine

[′mas·kyə·lən]
(biology)
Having an appearance or qualities distinctive for a male.
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They were also more likely to question a woman's sexual orientation if she engaged in "masculine" pro-environmental behaviours, such as caulking windows.
L'entraineur de l'equipe nationale masculine de football du Zimbabwe, Sunday Chidzambga, a demissionne apres la defaite du pays face a la Republique democratique du Congo (0-4) lors de la Coupe d'Afrique des nations 2019 (CAN) qui vient de s'achever en Egypte.
Design ideas, such as funky neon artworks, modern art wallpapers, architectural lighting ranges, and great furniture covered in rich velvets and leathers, is attracting a more masculine following.
"Creating a masculine room doesn't have to mean it won't appeal to all," she says - if you opt for an elegant setting with masculine undertones (possibly in natural materials and darker shades), which convey warmth, strength and a sense of personality, without being overbearing.
The move comes amid criticism that Google Translate often defaulted to masculine names when it converted text to another language.
Women tended to comment on the men's physically masculine traits such as biceps and chest muscles, as well as perceived sexual ability.
But what I don't see and haven't seen is a Pride flag for Masculine Gay Men (MGM).
A study published in the Journal of Counseling Psychology suggests that men who see themselves as sexually promiscuous playboys or as having power over women are more likely to have psychological problems and less likely to seek psychological help compared to men who don't conform to those masculine norms.
In psychology as well as in society at large, masculinity and femininity have long been conceptualized as bipolar ends of a single continuum; accordingly, a person has to be either masculine of feminine, but not both.
Research conducted by Skyline Group International and the Organizational Intelligence Institute found a significantly lower perception of effectiveness when women expressed the masculine behavior in 57 percent of the 28 leadership competencies studied.
Masculine gender expression, or how much an individual conforms to masculine norms, is tied to higher body mass index (BMI) in youth, indicates a study in Obesity.
The current investigation addresses perceptions of the components of being a student-athlete--the student component, the athlete component and whether the components might be considered more feminine in nature or more masculine in nature.