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sexist

noun as in chauvinist

noun as in male chauvinist

noun as in misogynist

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However, Cohen was also named in a 2018 lawsuit against the hedge fund for which he served as CEO, Point72 Asset Management, alleging unfair pay practices and a sexist work environment.

The Post’s second report on the team’s culture included accusations from 25 more women and detailed sexist rules as well as lewd videos of cheerleaders produced without their consent.

Bill Cosby, for example, is the main villain of the accountability chapter, and one of that chapter’s heroes is a stunningly self-composed young woman who shrugs off sexist verbal abuse on the subway.

The very existence of a tone-policing AI that makes judgment calls in those terms feels sexist.

Sometimes their effects can be relatively innocuous, like laughing at a sexist joke.

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She fills her characters up—strong women beating back against a sexist system—with so much heart.

Had Herx said “this dogma is sexist,” that would be well beyond the reach of the courts.

Klein argued that Ed acquired his following by “an ancient ritual known as sexist jokes and lots of T&A.”

Her job was to defend the guy who maybe fired this woman for sexist reasons.

How are YouTube videos criticizing sexist video games important enough to threaten a school shooting?

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On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sexist, such as: bigoted, discriminatory, dogmatic, intolerant, intransigent, and one-sided.

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

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