ubersexual

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English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From English uber- (above) + sexual.

Noun[edit]

ubersexual (plural ubersexuals)

  1. A heterosexual male displaying confidence and concern for others.
    • 2005 August 25, Marian Salzman, Ira Matathia, and Ann O'Reilly, The Future of Men, The Rise of the Ubersexual and What He Means for Marketing Today, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN 1403968829
    • 2005 October 11, Rush Limbaugh, The Rush Limbaugh Show, Premiere Radio Networks, according to Joe Kovacs, “Rush Limbaugh wonders: Am I an 'ubersexual'?”, WordNewDaily, at WordNetDaily.com [1]
      the feminist movement’s imploding, and women in the feminist movement want what is now being called the new man, the ‘ubersexual’, which is simply what a man was before they came along and started changing basic human nature.
    • 2005 November 3, “Enough Already With The Trends And Labels”, Business Wire
      First it was Metrosexuals. Now it's Ubersexuals. Everyone wants to tell men how they should dress, groom themselves and behave.
    • 2006, Femina, Associated Magazines, issues 2517-2520, page 16
      Unlike the effeminate metrosexual, the ubersexual’s sexuality is not in question. [] And he won't mind being grouped with the trendsetters' top three ubersexuals Bono, George Clooney and Bill Clinton.

Adjective[edit]

ubersexual (comparative more ubersexual, superlative most ubersexual)

  1. Having the qualities of an ubersexual.
    • 2006, India Today, Thomson Living Media India, volume 31, issues 1-12, page 52:
      A comparative study across 13 nations showed that a majority of Indian men were displaying signs of schizophrenia, torn between traditional machoism and the sensitive new age ubersexual male.
    • 2006 September, Dennis Waskul and Phillip Vannini (editors), body /embodiment, symbolic interaction and the sociology of the body, Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., ISBN 0754647269, pages 248-249
      In the midst of “the crisis,” men tend not to acknowledge or embrace new masculinities — despite discourses regarding metrosexual or ubersexual masculinities — but rather retrench themselves into traditional, essentialized and hegemonic masculine images and embodied performances.
    • 2007, Willow Kincaid, Tragic Hero, A Teacher Accused, Xlibris Corporation, ISBN 1425755178, page 63
      So far he’s redecorated my apartment in the most awesome jungle motif, and we can wear each other's clothes. He’s mad ubersexual. We haven’t had sex yet, but it’s only been six months
    • 2009, Sandy Summers and Harry Jacobs Summers, Saving Lives, Why the Media’s Portrayal of Nurses Puts Us All at Risk, Kaplan Publishing, ISBN 1427798451, page 175:
      Peter was übersexual, gorgeous, sensitive, and holistic, yet manly—check his motorcycle!

Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

ubersexual m (plural ubersexuales)

  1. ubersexual

Adjective[edit]

ubersexual m, f (plural ubersexuales)

  1. ubersexual