androgyny androgyny  /ænd ˈrɔ dʒə ni/


  • (n) showing characteristics of both sexes



  1. What Li did possess was attitude, originality and a proud androgyny that defied Chinese norms.
  2. A) Him and David Bowie in the '70s--think androgyny and eye makeup.
  3. He also established the androgyny of the male star.


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    Julianne Hough walked the red carpet at premiere of film ‘ The Lone Ranger ‘ held at Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim, California. 24-year-old Hollywood babe oozed glamor in Monique Lhuillier Spring 2013 look . Sexy Julianne Hough managed to pull off a sultry style in white crane crepe georgette strapless pleated peplum top with matching pants – perfect mix of androgyny and femininity ...
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  1. "At the root of what made him so unique in 1966 was this bizarre androgyny," Haynes says. "It was almost how a woman would be androgynous rather than how a man would be. It wasn't really effeminate. It was truly an enigmatic, spidery figure...
    on Jan 10, 2008 By: Todd Haynes Source: Edmonton Journal

  2. "David Bowie to me was the first person I ever saw that had the display of androgyny and I think he blazed the trail for the Annie Lennox and there would be no Queen without David Bowie but I also think he was a big innovator. 1997 he was one of the...
    on Jul 15, 2008 By: Jake Gold Source:

  3. "The New Romantics were the next logical step after punk. This time, androgyny was about men embracing feminine elements with make-up and flamboyant hairstyles. Of course, the idea of men dressing like women was very shocking at the time, and the...
    on Jan 16, 2007 By: Richard Gray Source: Scotsman

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