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A popular term for a girl whose developmental gender-identity/role is somewhat discordant with her genital phenotype

tomboy

Psychology A popular term for a girl whose developmental gender-identity/role is discordant with her genotype. Cf Sissy.
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The Tomboy Toes goal is to address that unfulfilled need and offer women who prefer masculine styles the opportunity to find a pair of shoes that both fit and make them feel good about their appearance.
Victoria told the Ellen DeGeneres Show that the three-year-old is a little tomboy who loves football, just like Sporty 'auntie' Mel C
ELSESSER: I've been a tomboy my whole life, [especially] when I was younger and I couldn't figure out the balance.
My family can't "My family can't believe their tomboy believe their tomboy daughter has won.
A family owned business, Twisted Tomboy sells body care and beauty products on its website twistedtomboy.
But Tomboy Tailors may be the buzziest of these projects--the country's first self-described genderqueer menswear shop opened this spring at the upscale Crocker Galleria in San Francisco.
Direct-selling business CVSL Inc (OTC Markets:CVSL) revealed on Friday the launch of a letter of intent to include Tomboy Tools Inc in CVSL's family of direct selling companies.
We always describe her as a gorgeous tomboy, someone who is much happier dressed up in her Air Cadets uniform rather than dressed in glamorous clothes.
It's no wonder perhaps that the movement has become associated with homosexuality -- although it is by no means certain that homosexuality is part of the tomboy or emo styles.
Tomboy follows Vivian and her circle of gender-bending friends, dedicated followers of fashion, pop culture, and "the more or less deconstructionist works of younger, primarily American feminists," through their everyday life pursuits: writing master's theses and dissertations, biking along the Neckar river, clubbing in Mannheim, and making a pilgrimage to Munich to see a lecture by the feminist philosopher Judith Butler.
I'm a little bit of a mix - a girlie girl and a tomboy.
Sciamma states that Tomboy shifts the question away from "why does she do that?