Effeminacy (noun)

Qualities or traits that are traditionally associated with women and seen as less desirable in men, such as weakness or delicacy.

Origin:

From the latin word "effeminatus" meaning womanish, it refers to qualities or traits that are traditionally associated with women and seen as less desirable in men, such as weakness or delicacy.

Examples:

  1. The effeminacy of his manner was often commented on.
  2. His effeminacy was seen as a liability in the macho world of professional sports.
  3. The effeminacy of the fashion design was criticized.
  4. He was criticized for his effeminacy by some in the conservative community.
  5. His effeminacy made him an easy target for bullying.
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