misogyny


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misogyny

[mi′säj·ə·nē]
(psychology)
Hatred of women.
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It's exhausting to be this exhausted about misogyny.
She added that although her organisation had been guiding mainstream media for over two decades regarding sexism and misogyny, the struggle seemed to go down the drain when one watched talk shows on TV.
READ: Duterte story about touching sleeping house help not obscene PalaceThe PCW joined other organizations,including the Commission on Human Rights, in condemning misogyny.
"At a time when sexism and misogyny seem to be the new normal, this is an important victory for all women and LGBT persons.
This two-volume set contains 23 essays that explore misogyny in different areas of US culture, to show its pervasiveness and common foundations.
The Government has last week committed to a review of hate crime legislation, but Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner Dame Vera Baird is uncertain about whether misogyny should be considered a hate crime.
The scale of misogyny in our society must no longer be tolerated.
So it surprised me that it's taken this long for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to issue a report officially condemning misogyny in the same way it has other forms of violent hate speech.
In the preceding season, diverging from PTI's much touted progressive and largely innocuous ranks, the party had curiously sought to enlist many figures that ran the lines of bigotry, misogyny and foul-mouthed vicious partisanship, traits that it had itself called out PML-N stalwarts on in the past.
POLICE forces are being urged to make misogyny a hate crime by campaigners.
MISOGYNY should be treated as a hate crime by police, campaigners say.