Misogyny

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Misogyny is the hatred of, contempt for, or prejudice against women or girls.wikipedia
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Violence against women

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Misogyny manifests in numerous ways, including social exclusion, sex discrimination, hostility, androcentrism, patriarchy, male privilege, belittling of women, disenfranchisement of women, violence against women, and sexual objectification.
Such violence may arise from a sense of entitlement, superiority, misogyny or similar attitudes in the perpetrator, or because of his violent nature, especially against women.

Sexism

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Misogyny manifests in numerous ways, including social exclusion, sex discrimination, hostility, androcentrism, patriarchy, male privilege, belittling of women, disenfranchisement of women, violence against women, and sexual objectification.
Feminist philosopher Marilyn Frye defines sexism as an "attitudinal-conceptual-cognitive-orientational complex" of male supremacy, male chauvinism, and misogyny.

Misandry

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The inverse is misandry; the hatred of, contempt for, or prejudice against men or boys. The counterpart of misogyny is misandry, the hatred or dislike of men; the antonym of misogyny is philogyny, the love or fondness of women.
Inverse attitudes against women or girls is called misogyny.

Philogyny

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The counterpart of misogyny is misandry, the hatred or dislike of men; the antonym of misogyny is philogyny, the love or fondness of women.
Its antonym is misogyny.

Gynophobia

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Cicero reports that Greek philosophers considered misogyny to be caused by gynophobia, a fear of women.
Gynophobia should not be confused with misogyny, the hatred, contempt for and prejudice against women, although some may use the terms interchangeably, in reference to the social, rather than pathological aspect of negative attitudes towards women.

Woman

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Misogyny is the hatred of, contempt for, or prejudice against women or girls.

Aristotle

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Aristotle has also been accused of being a misogynist; he has written that women were inferior to men.
On this ground, proponents of feminist metaphysics have accused Aristotle of misogyny and sexism.

Anita Sarkeesian

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Examples of famous women who spoke out about misogynistic attacks are Anita Sarkeesian, Laurie Penny, Caroline Criado Perez, Stella Creasy, and Lindy West.
The situation was covered extensively in the media, placing Sarkeesian at the center of discussions about misogyny in video game culture and online harassment.

Pandora

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This "evil thing" is Pandora, the first woman, who carried a jar (usually described—incorrectly—as a box) which she was told to never open.
It has been argued that it was as a result of the Hellenisation of Western Asia that the misogyny in Hesiod's account of Pandora began openly to influence both Jewish and then Christian interpretations of scripture.

Madonna–whore complex

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Subscribers to one model say that some misogyny results from the Madonna–whore complex, which is the inability to see women as anything other than "mothers" or "whores"; people with this complex place each encountered woman into one of these categories.
Psychoanalyst Richard Tuch suggests that Freud offered at least one alternative explanation for the Madonna–whore complex: This earlier theory is based not on oedipal-based castration anxiety but on man's primary hatred of women, stimulated by the child's sense that he had been made to experience intolerable frustration and/or narcissistic injury at the hands of his mother.

Misogynoir

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Misogynoir is misogyny directed towards black women where race and gender both play roles in bias.

Misogyny and mass media

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Examples of misogyny exist in many published forms, within multiple cultures and well-observed works.

Feminism

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Most targets are women who are visible in the public sphere, women who speak out about the threats they receive, and women who are perceived to be associated with feminism or feminist gains.
Fourth-wave feminism is "defined by technology", according to Kira Cochrane, and is characterized particularly by the use of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Tumblr, and blogs such as Feministing to challenge misogyny and further gender equality.

Misogyny in rap music

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Scholars have proposed various explanations for the presence of misogyny in rap music.

Tertullian

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In K. K. Ruthven's Feminist Literary Studies: An Introduction, Ruthven makes reference to Rogers' book and argues that the "legacy of Christian misogyny was consolidated by the so-called 'Fathers' of the Church, like Tertullian, who thought a woman was not only 'the gateway of the devil' but also 'a temple built over a sewer'."
Tertullian is sometimes criticized for being misogynistic, on the basis of the contents of his De Cultu Feminarum, section I.I, part 2 (trans.

Transmisogyny

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Transmisogyny (sometimes trans-misogyny) is the intersection of transphobia and misogyny.

Men Going Their Own Way

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The MGTOW community has been called a misogynistic male supremacist group.

Misogyny in sports

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Recent examples of domestic violence against women in various sports have highlighted the deeply rooted misogyny present in most sports.

Stella Creasy

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Examples of famous women who spoke out about misogynistic attacks are Anita Sarkeesian, Laurie Penny, Caroline Criado Perez, Stella Creasy, and Lindy West.
She has argued that misogyny should be made a hate crime.

Andrea Dworkin

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In 1974, she met John Stoltenberg when they both walked out on a poetry reading in Greenwich Village over misogynist material.

Gender studies

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Misanthropy

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Women's rights

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Girl

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Misogyny is the hatred of, contempt for, or prejudice against women or girls.