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A stereotypical femme presenting person wears skirts/dresses, likes pink, has long hair, etc.
...but one does not have to abide by normative standards of femininity to be femme.
Femme presenting people are seen as weaker, inferior, and less able; part of the damaging stereotypes that lead to femmephobia.

Femme is both an identity and a descriptor for a person's gender presentation, closely related to femininity, effeminacy, and so on.

Even though femme, under the gender binary, is traditionally associated with women, all people can present as femme regardless of their gender. Somebody who identifies with, or dresses as, femme can have any gender and they can express their gender (or absence thereof) using femme clothing, mannerisms, and body language.

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