Synonyms for feminization or Related words with feminization

masculinization              subfertility              virilization              defeminisation              oligospermia              andropause              thelarche              gynecomastia              virilisation              prepubertal              oligomenorrhea              hyperandrogenemia              azoospermia              hypoestrogenism              postpubertal              hypogonadism              adrenarche              masculinizing              androgenization              pubertal              azoospermic              micropenis              teratospermia              infantilism              hypospadias              gonadarche              oligozoospermia              hypergonadotropic              clitoromegaly              hermaphroditism              undescended              impotency              ohss              premenopausal              hypogonadotropic              panhypopituitarism              pcos              galactorrhea              oligomenorrhoea              proceptivity              nulliparous              orgasmic              transsexualism              cryptorchidism              nonpregnant              underdevelopment              hsdd              fsad              oophorectomized              erictile             



Examples of "feminization"
Overdose typically manifests itself by reversible feminization.
Potential examples of feminization in society can include:
In linguistics, feminization has two mutually independent meanings.
She cowrote "The Feminization of Power" (1988) with Toni Carabillo (her partner) and cowrote "The Feminist Chronicles" (1993) with Toni Carabillo and June Csida. "The Feminization of Power" grew out of a traveling exhibit that Meuli and Carabillo created for a twelve-city Feminization of Power campaign tour to empower women to run for office in 1988.
She co-wrote "The Feminization of Power" (1988) with Meuli and cowrote the women's studies textbook "Feminist Chronicles, 1953-1993" (1993) with Meuli and June Csida. "The Feminization of Power" grew out of a traveling exhibit that Meuli and Carabillo created for a twelve-city Feminization of Power campaign tour to empower women to run for office in 1988.
Another common practice in feminization is orgasm control, often through the use of a chastity belt. Also encountered in feminization are the following: erotic humiliation, bondage, petticoating, cuckoldry, leather, latex/pvc, infantilism, corporal punishment, etc.
March 2017 her facial feminization surgery was delayed due to an infection from a cat bite.
Prima may be a feminization of Primus, which means "first" in Latin.
The term "Feminization of Migration" was used in a 2007 working paper of the United Nations.
Bart van de Ven is a Dutch maxillofacial surgeon specialized in facial feminization surgery (FFS).
Voice feminization is the desired goal of changing a perceived male sounding voice to a perceived female sounding voice. The term "voice feminization" is used to describe the desired outcome of surgical techniques, speech therapy, self-help programs and any other techniques to acquire a female-sounding voice. The methods used for "voice feminization" vary from professional techniques used for vocal training, speech therapy by trained speech pathologists and several "pitch-altering surgeries". Having voice and speech characteristics be in agreement with one's gender identity is important to transgender individuals, whether their goal be feminization or masculinization.
This is the opposite of voice feminization, being the change of a voice from feminine to masculine.
Exposure to estrone can cause anorexia, nausea, vomiting, edema, feminization including gynecomastia and erectile dysfunction in men.
Aquatic life subjected to endocrine disruptors in an urban effluent have experienced decreased levels of serotonin and increased feminization.
With respect to mastectomy/chest reconstruction and breast augmentation, the seventh version of the SOC do not require an RLE for these procedures; nor is an RLE required for hysterectomy, salpingo-oophorectomy, or orchiectomy, or for other procedures such as facial feminization surgery and voice feminization surgery. However, for GRS, including metoidioplasty, phalloplasty, and vaginoplasty, one year of continuous RLE is a listed requirement.
Voice feminization refers to the voice change from male to female. It is considered an essential part of care for transgender women. Transgender women trying to feminize their voice represent the largest group seeking speech therapy services, therefore, most studies regarding transgender voice have focused on voice feminization, as opposed to voice masculinization.
Douglas K. Ousterhout, MD, DDS, is a retired craniofacial surgeon who practiced in San Francisco, CA, United States. His specialty was facial feminization surgery for trans women, and he was widely considered the foremost facial feminization surgeon in the United States. He also offered facial masculinization surgery for trans men, and other aesthetic craniofacial and maxilliofacial procedures.
The Aube department has a high rate of feminization in employment. Nearly half of people with active jobs (46% in 2007) are women. The main areas affected by the feminization are trade, transport, textiles, utilities, education, and health. Women are slightly more affected than men by unemployment (54.8% of the unemployed in 2007). This is mainly due to layoffs in the textile sector.
For a long time, females have constituted a high proportion of all international migrants. In 1960, females constituted 47 out of every 100 migrants residing in a foreign country. In 2000, women made up almost 49% of all international migrants. Despite the fact that these statistics illustrate a "feminization of migration", a high level of feminization already existed in 1960.
AIS is now the accepted terminology for the syndromes resulting from unresponsiveness of the target cell to the action of androgenic hormones. CAIS encompasses the phenotypes previously described by "testicular feminization", Morris' syndrome, and Goldberg-Maxwell syndrome; PAIS includes Reifenstein syndrome, Gilbert-Dreyfus syndrome, Lub's syndrome, "incomplete testicular feminization", and Rosewater syndrome; and MAIS includes Aiman's syndrome.