This finding suggests that child-free individuals may be stigmatized in the United States.
There are some real cultural differences in terms of acceptance of self-care, and stigmatizing about fatigue.
Her childhood seeded an understanding of the women’s body, a conversation that can be stigmatized in many immigrant households.
Either way, not being able to get your partner pregnant has been stigmatized for millennia, with studies showing that in half of the cases in which couples can’t conceive, it’s a result of male infertility.
Many incorporated these stigmatizing experiences into how they felt about themselves.
(These kind of comparisons, as the atheist writer Chris Stedman has noted, help stigmatize mental illness).
I want to de-stigmatize this and get people access to this industry from an educational standpoint.
We would stigmatize anyone who invested, in any way, in any of these banks.
Yet he forebore to specify his injuries; saying, that to name them, would be to stigmatize the whole human race.
And it will be your fault and your crime if it ever returns,—a crime for which history will stigmatize you forever.
But naturally Mrs. Cleveland was shocked and outraged, and I made haste to stigmatize it as a lie out of whole cloth.
What term is strong enough to stigmatize such suicidal folly?
Let society stigmatize you, let it stamp its enmity upon you, but seek God's precepts.
On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stigmatize, such as: characterize, class, classify, defame, denounce, and designate.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.