2009 June 10, Miller, Geoff, “Re: Sideways”, in ba.mountain-folk, Usenet, message-ID <r9mdnaOkeeU4_K3XnZ2dnUVZ_hadnZ2d@posted.lavanet>:
But what's relevant is that while I'm sure the chickification of essentially masculine film themes isn't *literally* something that began with Top Gun in 1986, and that there'd been isolated instances of it in the past, it's become well-nigh universal in the here and now.
2010 May 11, Miller, Terry L., Cooking Bachelor Style: Life Beyond the Freezer Section, Mustang: Tate Publishing, →ISBN, OL25419172M, page 128:
But when a guy starts singing the praises of toilet paper, something in America has gone awry—the chickification of the male species.
2010 December 6, CB, “Re: Newt Gingrich: Julian Assange is Enemy Combatant Engaged in Warfare - Oboobuh would rather go on vacation than deal with the release of State secrets”, in alt.politics.economics, Usenet, message-ID <email@example.com>:
The chickification of America has enabloed[sic] queers like Julian Assange to 'feel' safe in commiting treason (if only he was an American).
2012 January 29, Peoples, Glenn, “Hell and the Chickification of Christianity”, in Say Hello to My Little Friend:
One such thing his Mark’s concern over the “chickification” of Christianity, and the way he can use that concern to dismiss points of view that really have nothing to do with it. Here’s an area where I think appropriate criticism is required. Although I agree with part of what Mark – and many others for that matter – say about the feminisation of the Christian faith, I think he misunderstands and badly misapplies the principle to which he appeals, in a way that many other evangelicals also do with different principles.