misogyny


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misogyny

[mi′säj·ə·nē]
(psychology)
Hatred of women.
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Misogyny, sexism, every day from this leader of the opposition.
Chapter five rereads the cluster of sonnets on will as an example of misogyny as masquerade.
I am happy to say that Racism, Misogyny, and the "Othello" Myth steers a clear path between these critical dangers and that Daileader's argument is, in the end, both provocative and persuasive.
Misogyny began, he contends, in the eastern Mediterranean, where Hesiod's story of Pandora's box, 800 years before Christ, reflected the dominant cultural attitude of the Greeks to women: "Contempt was her due for exciting the lust that leads us into the cycle of birth and death, from which we can never break free.
If the teller observes the rules of setup and punch line, he is allowed between those two levees of levity total comic license to spew a toxic bilge of excrement, sexism, misogyny, bestiality, violence, and pedophilia.
NO wild accusations of misogyny please - the future Mrs Hyland came up with this one.
Hip-hop music is an expression of the young black experience, but it is so ridden with overtones of crime, misogyny, and violence that older black people are often ashamed of it.
Reminds of the first couple "Answer Me" mags but without the misogyny and substituting anarchism for complete assholism.
The theoretical construct of misogyny and the subsequent articulation of sexism within various institutions has led us to make changes within structures that perpetuate harmful practices against women.
Yet even as Miles documents the misogyny at the heart of much of "freak culture," he convincingly argues that the movement ultimately helped to liberate women, gays, and straights alike by increasing the range of acceptable lifestyles.
This is a crude form of embodied information indeed, and yet somehow the dimension of misogyny does not seem its only valence.