Feminization can refer to:
  • Feminization (biology)
    Feminization (biology)
    In biology and medicine, feminization refers to the development in an organism of physical or behavioral characteristics unique to the female of the species. This may represent a normal developmental process, contributing to sexual differentiation....

    the hormonally induced development of female sexual characteristics
  • Feminization (activity)
    Feminization (activity)
    Feminization is used to describe the practice, especially in female dominance, of switching the gender role of a male submissive. It is usually achieved through cross-dressing, where the male is dressed in female attire, ranging from just wearing female undergarments to being fully dressed in very...

    a sexual or lifestyle practice where a person assumes a female role
  • Feminization (sociology)
    Feminization (sociology)
    In sociology, feminization is the shift in gender roles and sex roles in a society, group, or organization towards a focus upon the feminine. This is the opposite of a cultural focus upon masculinity....

    a perceived societal shift of gender roles toward the characteristically "female"
  • Feminization of languagethe process of making a word or name female
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