Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Androgynous Quotes from famous authors such as Rain Dove, Phyllis Schlafly, Shamir, Chloe Sevigny, Lady Gaga. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I believe that everyone who is human is androgynous, but I don’t think there are a lot of people that are presented as truly androgynous.
Putting women in military combat is the cutting edge of the feminist goal to force us into an androgynous society.
As far as influences, I listen to a lot of people like Nina Simone and other androgynous voices, almost to make me feel like I’m not alone.
I was a girly-girl until I moved to New York. Then I got really into the androgynous look of the early-’90s club scene. I had really short hair and started blurring the line a bit. But for me, grade school was about Benetton, Esprit, and Guess jeans.
In a sense I portray myself in a very androgynous way, and I love androgyny.
I love a kind of androgynous look and then let the accessories / clothes shape it.
I do feel like I’m at ease in my own skin when I find an androgynous balance.
When you write a song like ‘Forrest Gump,’ the subject can’t be androgynous. It requires an unnecessary amount of effort.
My friends would howl if I claimed I was androgynous – I’m not tall enough!
Being a tomboy worked to my advantage in fashion. I’m known as the androgynous girl – I’ve used it in a way that works for me. I’ve never felt a pressure to change myself. I do own a few Rick Owens dresses – they’re more like long tank tops, though.
Being an androgynous model is one thing, but a lot of what we’re up against is the way we stand for certain values, such as our sexualities, or if people with our look are common enough to be part of the consumer market.
I’m utterly androgynous, and I truly love it. It’s been part of my identity for so long. I’ve never been that pretty girl, and I wouldn’t want to be.
I like a lot of older rock ‘n’ roll artists, like legends like Freddie Mercury and David Bowie. They really influenced me to be very, very androgynous and very commanding, and very very – I wouldn’t say odd, but I would say eccentric.
There are days when I feel tom-boyish, so I would wear track pants and chunky sneakers. There are days when I feel a little bit more feminine or androgynous. Some days I want to look chic.
My style very much leans towards the masculine, but I think I am feminine in it – I like the feminine body in masculine shapes. The androgynous look suits me.
If you’re androgynous, that’s what you look like.
Dressing in an androgynous way, mixing up the masculine and feminine, blurring those boundaries – I’m cool with that. No one should ever be limited by stereotypes of gender, just as no one should ever be limited by stereotypes of race.
The fact of the matter is that all true artistes are androgynous by nature, the yin and yang perfectly balanced.
I’m more androgynous, because men are supposed to be more spatial, women more literal – I’m a tomboy.
If I am who I am, I’m provocative, candid, and androgynous; there’s nothing I can do that will make any fan think, ‘I didn’t expect that from her.’
I was always into very androgynous things. Guys, girls… I’m into androgyny in general.
Let’s call a spade a spade: when people look at me, they say, ‘Oh, she’s the androgynous one.’ I’ll tell you what type of character I would never be offered out there: The femme fatale. Or the white-trash, heterosexual hillbilly.
I like a sort of androgynous look, but I also love feminine shapes.
I’ve got the long hair and kind of androgynous look. It’s love-hate; it’s sexy, but not sexy. So it’s either you get it or you don’t.
I feel like my style is very much androgynous. It’s rock, chic, like casual wear, but then on the flip side to that, being that it’s so androgynous, it’ll either be skinny jeans and a leather jacket, or if I’m doing a red carpet or event, I’ll completely flip that and be wearing a suit or a dress.
I’m not growing out my hair just to be androgynous.
The street-wear and the very androgynous tomboyish girl, that’s just not this new persona I’m introducing… it’s me 24/7.
Some days I can dress really girlie and other days I’ll be more androgynous.
God is not something I think about but something I experience as an energy, a Presence. I do find it easier to pray to a female Presence or an androgynous Presence.
I can have an androgynous quality.
I liked him, that Jarvis Cocker. I like the fact he was androgynous, he could appeal to everybody. He wasn’t just a lad pretending to be a thug.
On one hand I am this weird androgynous tomboy where I’m strangely low maintenance and have a five-minute makeup regimen. On the other I’m obsessed with all things beauty, from skin care to makeup.
Sometimes it feels like people can’t wrap their head around the notion that an ‘androgynous’ trans woman with shorter hair could be beautiful.
I don’t have the panic I used to have, meeting people who are androgynous, but when you meet someone whose identity is unclear, that throws your own identity into flux because the way we treat each other is very gendered.
As you know, I’m androgynous. I can wear a jacket that most guys wouldn’t put on. But you make it in guys’ sizes, and suddenly they’re wearing them. I think styles should get back to getting people to wear things that look so good that they don’t care.