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heteropatriarchal

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  • adj. Of or relating to heteropatriarchy.

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Examples

  • At present heteropatriarchal structures and ideologies are considered ‘normal’ in mainstream Western society.

    Postmodernism and structuralism: a taster

  • Fal, I did notice the way that he constructed the black struggle through a masculinist agenda and heteropatriarchal structure.

    Finally, the Speech I Was Waiting to Hear!

  • “If the classroom situation is very heteropatriarchal — a large beginning class of 50 to 60 students, say, with few feminist students — I am likely to define my task as largely one of recruitment … of persuading students that women are oppressed,” said Professor Joyce Trebilcot of Washington University in “Who Stole Feminism: How Women Have Betrayed Women.”

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  • And in this heteropatriarchal society of ours, I think the lessons are pretty much always taught on that presumption.

    In reply to a reply by J.H. Huebert and Walter Block

  • In the meantime, even if some men are treated unfairly in the course of divorce, they will continue to enjoy the benefits of being men and hence at the top of the male heteropatriarchal heap.

    Amanda is on Men’s Rights Radio Today!

  • In a racist, heteropatriarchal society, who "looks" illegal?

    feminist blogs

  • While Mad Men's award-winning design and the references to 1960s popular culture are nostalgic, the show itself is quite disturbing: the retro fashion and perfect sets only provide a brittle frame for a fraying heteropatriarchal culture where white people can almost -- but not quite -- ignore the change that is a-gonna come.

    Tenured Radical

  • Ignoring for a second the western, heteropatriarchal genealogy that "the canon" necessarily traces, this is after all the premise upon which much of the modern theatre is founded.

    Chicago Reader

  • What does each of us do to enforce these unseen and heteropatriarchal practices?

    dances in the madhouse

  • When did the line between the world we are supposedly fighting against (IE, heteropatriarchal-normativity) become so blurred with the queer world we are trying to build and embrace?

    dances in the madhouse

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