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cheese·cake / ˈchēzˌkāk/ • n. 1. a kind of rich dessert cake made with cream and soft cheese on a graham cracker, cookie, or pastry crust. 2. inf. photography, a movie, or art that portrays women in a manner emphasizing stereotypical sexual attractiveness.

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cheesecake

cheesecake A flan or tart filled with curd or cream cheese. Traditional Middle‐European cheesecake is baked; most cheesecakes now sold are uncooked, set with gelatine, and topped with fruit.

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cheesecake

cheesecake images portraying women in a manner which emphasizes idealized or stereotypical sexual attractiveness. (Compare beefcake.)

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cheesecake

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