On the other hand I am quite tomboyish
in real life which is quite different from the character.
For so long the female rapper has had to pick a side--either a tomboyish
embrace of male rap standards or sex-kitten seductiveness.
Corber also highlights the contradictions within the discourse, such as the contrast between Bette Davis, whose sexual illegibility was subsequently pathologised as lesbian, and the wholesome Doris Day, whose tomboyish
masculinity resisted construction as lesbian because her characters ultimately assimilated into heterosexual lives.
When her tomboyish
daughter revealed she was transgender, she struggled to cope, and the unique mental nature of her other son added more.
Lucky, described as "tomboyish
" by some, was alone in her one-bedroom apartment.
teen Ace was picked up by Sylvester McCoy's Doctor after a chemistry experiment swept her up into the future.
As a character, she possesses almost too many good traits: tomboyish
but reasonably good student, good daughter and sister, good worker, athletic, and a bit goofy.
I don't deny that she is beautiful, but if any other girl were to walk down the street dressed the way she does you wouldn't give her a second glance other than maybe to wonder why she is wearing clothes designed for a five-year-old girl, albeit a five-year-old girl with a Chanel handbag Designer Matthew Williamson says Alexa: "Avoids obvious trends and her slightly tomboyish
approach stands out from the rest of the red carpet crowd." I say: Alexa, do us all a favour, and try brushing your hair once in a while.
With her tomboyish
good looks, and her taut and even voice, French mezzo Sophie Koch is the embodiment of the Marschallin's impetuous young lover.
Indeed, there was an empirical examination of the relationship between tomboyish
behavior and androgyny in adulthood by Burn, O'Neil, and Nederend (1996).
They underestimate their friends, the Farrell kids who live in run-down East Flax: Maddy, the tomboyish
basketball star, and Randy, an obsessive-compulsive who endlessly rearranges the cans in his mother's store.
Nancy McKenzie's GUINEVERE'S GIFT (9780375843457, $15.99) tells of an orphan and ward of an uncle and aunt who is tomboyish
and unlikely to become the queen prophecy has foretold.