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misogyny

noun as in hatred of women

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I truly believe it is misogyny, and I also think it’s classist.

From Time

She’s particularly skeptical of the conflation of misogyny, racism and quackery that is quickly becoming vogue across the country.

When Ellen Pao took over as CEO of Reddit in 2014, she oversaw the site’s first real attempt to confront the misogyny, racism, and abuse that had found a home there.

So the same scheme that immerses users in cats and baby goats can also blast them with conspiracy theories, misogyny and racism over and over again.

From Ozy

A December 2019 case involving Karen Espíndola is a good example of how this social misogyny works.

Then Eminem decided he wanted in on some of the mean-spirited misogyny, actually rapping about raping Iggy.

Because that whole celebrity hacking episode seemed rooted in misogyny.

But even she is not immune from the everyday misogyny of some players.

So the real meat of Stalker, ostensibly, is the pseudo-intellectual conversation about misogyny.

Even among other Seth MacFarlane shows, Family Guy stands out for its violent misogyny.

In his present humor of misogyny he wondered why it was thought to be necessary to put a woman in everything.

And he walked haughtily up the street, leaving Mr. Watson to ponder upon this case of misogyny, never until that moment suspected.

Disappointed love not uncommonly causes misogyny, even as extreme thirst is supposed to be the cause of hydrophobia.

Without the hopeless misogyny of the Swede, without his pessimism, Wedekind is quite as drastic.

Hast thou the oracle as yet unseenTo guide thy fell misogyny?

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On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to misogyny, such as: sexism, bias, bigotry, discrimination, intolerance, and prejudice.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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