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misogyny

[mi′säj·ə·nē]
(psychology)
Hatred of women.
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The decision-making misogynists in the US diplomatic corps also appear to love throwing female diplomats into volatile areas controlled by militants with links to al-Qaeda.
The rural development minister also admitted that the continued prevalence of misogynist attitudes proved that government schemes directed at women's uplift haven't been effective enough.
One would be hard pressed to label Paul, who penned the following words in Galatians 3:28, a misogynist or anti-feminine: "There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male and female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus.
Despite some early missteps, the Feminist Majority Foundation's "Campaign to Help Afghan Women and Girls," which was launched in 1997 when much of the world was ignoring the Taliban's misogynist policies, drew praise from several Muslim women.
In the essay entitled "Confessions of a Recovering Misogynist," Powell gives weight to the adage that we are all works in progress.
Clearly the authors' premise is that nurses need to be enlightened regarding the misogynist tendencies of physicians so that they will be better able to fight for, and achieve, their own professional independence.
FORGET dope of the day, how about misogynist of the year?
I don't care if Lindh is a spoiled, punk, California misogynist.
It makes connections between masculinist fears of "effeminacy" and a misogynist society in which some of the black lesbians in your film find it empowering to construct their lesbian identities along matrilineal lines and those of masculinity--be they patriarchal or matriarchal.
military domination is based on such a violent and misogynist ideology.
Soon Ginger finds disturbingly coarse hairs sprouting on her body, has trouble stuffing her emerging tail into her underwear, and develops a sexual energy that gives every misogynist big man on campus a hard-on.
Although he avoids categorizing the pope as a misogynist, he criticizes John Paul II for insensitivity to the concerns of contemporary women, for cracking down on dissent, and for his lack of concern regarding church finances and clerical anguish over celibacy.