misogyny


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misogyny

[mi′säj·ə·nē]
(psychology)
Hatred of women.
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We need men-evolved ones, kind ones, brave ones who are willing to stand up and speak up against misogyny and bigotry, and help us create spaces for our women to lead in society,' Robredo said.
To outline what misogyny hate crime is, the force has made a short film which captures women talking about their personal experiences of misogynistic behaviour.
Which means that a lot more people might now have a better understanding of the unique kind of racism and misogyny faced by prominent black women like Jones.
The issue of misogyny, highlighted historically by the Suffragettes, is still with us today.
The organisation offers workshops to empower youth to tackle issues of cyber bullying and cyber misogyny by themselves.
A close reading of the City shows that her maneuver is part of a broader pattern in the text: Christine's main rhetorical strategy in her critique of misogyny is to associate misogynists with what we would now call queerness.
And that manthan ( churning) has brought up the vicious poison of misogyny that clogs India's social system.
Summary: New Delhi:Despite an outpouring of anger at a student's gang-rape, observers say misogyny remains widespread .
Originally published in the Swedish journal Expo, Stieg Larsson's articles on right-wing extremism, racism, and misogyny have been collected for the first time in this book, which shows the journalistic side of the author of the Millennium Trilogy and the politics and activism that went into the fictional series.
Gillard launched a blistering attack on Tony Abbott, saying: "I will not be lectured about sexism and misogyny by this man, I will not.
College-age men seem to be turning a blind eye to misogyny, according to a study led by Texas A&M University.