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“The word feminism has become synonymous with the idea of man-hating when in fact it has more to do with women than men," she wrote, using the example of Christine Lagarde, the former French finance minister who became the first female head of the International Monetary Fund.”
“The idea that women dress provocatively is a terribly pessimistic view of masculinity and maleness, and a far more pessimistic view than so-called man-hating feminists like myself are supposed to have.”
“They are not man-hating; they are just on a cuse like the Mahatma Ghandi's and the Mandela's of this world.”
“Puccini's final opera is about the man-hating Chinese queen Turandot, and Calaf, the man who finally melts her icy heart.”
“We went from a man-hating, pretentious outsider with mommy-issues to a woman that can accept her role in the universe as a warrior, protector and friend.”
“Had a female novelist paraded all the revolting men that one encounters in Les Célibataires (The Bachelors, 1934) — “his greasy, dandruff-spattered head … exuding a powerful odour of ill-kept male” — she would have been accused of man-hating.”
“Thaler denied that she is a member of the man-hating school of female poets whose most noteworthy member is Sylvia Plath.”
“Alan Oke is her wheelchair-bound husband; Gerald Finley is her sleazy lawyer turned lover; and Susan Bickley is her man-hating mother, the only character with anything approaching a moral compass.”
“When you sniff that "Susan Bickley is her man-hating mother, the only character with anything approaching a moral compass" you sound like a Edwardian maiden aunt with the vapours.”
“The myth of the angry not to mention ugly, hairy, man-hating and utterly humorless feminist lives on.”
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