womankind


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womankind

the female members of the human race; women collectively
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Holy trapped crumbs, it's a travesty - one that has serious and lasting consequences for the morale of all of womankind.
Eventually the talk swung back to women and it transpires that the future salvation of womankind is in the hands of one man.
the most unflattering material known to womankind, especially when worn on your lower half.
No, it was when she declared that her flying-talon retaliation was in the cause of womankind ("I did it for all women") that the supreme soul diva committed the cardinal sin of prima donna-dom.
No, it seems to me - and more particularly my friends Melanie and Belinda - that the makers of KidBug would be offering mankind - well, actually womankind - a greater service if they were to introduce a gadget that could enable us to keep tracks on our men.
The privileged guests getting a sneak preview before the work is finished and officially opened next month were attending a pounds 35-a-head fundraising reception hosted by Lord Irvine for the charity Womankind Worldwide.
The Simply Red singer, who "dated" the babelicious Catherine Zeta-Jones, Martine McCutcheon and Lea Kristensen back in the day, has apologised for treating womankind so badly.
HERE'S Les Dennis getting his own back on womankind - by playing a wife killer in the stage play Murderer.
Now I'm doing this new drug trial for Sophie and Georgia as much as for womankind.
An altogether milder version of the platform trainers with attitude movement this new form of feminism lite utilises a more cunning, underhand approach to elevating the lot of womankind.
There's no point getting depressed about the future of womankind for nothing.
The problem with womankind is that they achieved in 100 years what it took men 1000 years to accomplish.