The term derives from the Latin: androgynus, derived from Ancient Greek: ἀνδρόγυνος, from ἀνήρ, stem ἀνδρ- (anér, andr-, meaning man) and γυνή (gunē, gyné, meaning woman).
Being androgynous is interesting, unusual, confusing, extremely desirable in the modelling world.
Here are some faces, purely for the 'look book' of it all to contemplate on what androgynous might look like to you:
It's not about guessing which ones are male and which ones are female, It's about enjoying the process of deduction that leads you to that conclusion.
Analysing their facial features, concentrating on the exact point where the scale is tipped into a more feminine/masculine arena and why that is so is the beauty of concentrating on a divine androgynous face.
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Androginy has been a look that enjoyed within the beauty range for centuries. It moves away from specific gender profiles. Many enjoy the ambiquity of the person's gender. Sexuality/attraction is a wonderful thing once it passes the golden rules legal, all parties consent and nobody permanently hurt, scarred on any level. I will find no problem with it.
Androginy for me is often something I find very beautiful on a aesthetic level but I am unlikely to be attracted to the person but you never know I may meet some person who changes that.