It is not that this subject has been ignored by male directors.
Dr. Joshua Rubin and his team discovered that RB is significantly less active in male brain cells.
The story that did the trick, Salinger told a friend in a letter, was called "A male Goodbye."
The sign that said "Women do it better" (whatever that means, grumbled a male correspondent, baffled).
So the female was in the adult-film world, and the other male was just some model guy.
Her male acquaintances often brought up the Painful Subject.
The two figures in male attire broke into a laugh simultaneously.
The ladies occupied, as usual, the hind seat of the coach, leaving that in front to their male companions.
This afternoon a male biped is coming to this house, and he's not coming to see Eileen.
The skull of the male is 27 per cent heavier than that of fallenda and 58 per cent heavier than that of anguinae.
late 14c., "male human being; male fish or land animal," from Old French masle (adj.) "masculine, male, adult," also used as a noun (12c., Modern French mâle), from Latin masculus "masculine, male, worthy of a man" (cf. Provençal mascle, Spanish macho, Italian maschio), diminutive of mas (genitive maris) "male person or animal, male."
late 14c., from Old French male, masle "male, masculine; a male" (see male (n.)). Mechanical sense of "part of an instrument that penetrates another part" is from 1660s.
probably from Sanskrit maladvipa "garland of islands," from mala "garland" + dvipa "island." Related: Maldivian.
Of, relating to, or designating the sex that has organs to produce spermatozoa for fertilizing ova. n.
A member of the sex that begets young by fertilizing ova.
A man or boy.
Noun A male organism.