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femdom

A constellation of BDSM activities in which the female is the dominant partner, in contrast to the more common male-dominant/female-submissive roles in BDSM relationships.
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Female dominance in dermatology, she opined, will stay and we have to cope with the problems by change in our attitude.
Hormonal factors have been thought to play a role for the development of this type of lesion because of the female dominance.
However, female dominance is observed in a complete cleft of the secondary palate (49%).
6%), but a study conducted in Washington DC found a slight female dominance (53%), which could be due to the large sample size that was collected over 47 years (5,013 colorectal polyps) or because that 90% of these cases were collected from African American population.
There was a Female dominance seen in number of patients with LIG as compared to male population.
Furthermore, the hypotheses have been confined to the period of 20002010, as it was quite difficult for the author to make point-estimates of the ratios of male to female dominance beyond the span of 10 years.
I discussed the female dominance with Derek Thompson in the winner's enclosure, explaining my theory that ladies are typically lighter than men, so should probably, therefore, be superior jockeys (less of a burden on the horses' backs).
The reason for the female dominance of the Turkish wine industry, Sarah suggested, is food scientists in Turkey have usually been women and wine-making seems like a logical extension of that.
This was a defining moment for female dominance and showcased the power of the LBD.
The role of female dominance in controlling population status as a whole has received little attention in Illinois.
Trendy pullovers, turtlenecks, cardigans, jackets, coats, sweaters and trousers have become popular fashion statements among male shoppers as well, who nowadays equally dominate shopping malls where female dominance was quite obvious some years back.
Specifically, she investigates how feeding competition affects female dominance relationship in the two species at the Segero Ranch study site in Laikipia, Kenya.