In his Commentaries on the Gallic Wars , Julius Caesar wrote that the Belgians were the bravest of all Gauls because "merchants least frequently resort to them, and import those things which tend to effeminate the mind". In conversations with each other, they often undergo a subtle change. Over-refinement, fine clothes and other possessions, the company of women, certain trades, and too much fondness with women were all deemed effeminate traits in Roman society. The term tomgirl , the conceptual opposite of a tomboy , is used to describe a boy or man who is fairly feminine, but not overly feminine; a variation of a tomgirl who is very feminine, to the point of being "girly", is called a sissy. Saghir and Robins , 18 found that one-third of their gay man respondents conformed to gender role dictates. The word effete similarly means effeminacy or over-refinement, but comes from the Latin effetus , from ex- and fetus "fruitful". Touching the head with a finger and wearing a goatee were also considered effeminate.
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