Definitions

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  • noun One who professes misandry; a hater of men.
  • noun One who displays prejudice against or looks down upon men.
  • adjective Exhibiting or pertaining to misandry: hating or prejudiced against men.

Etymologies

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From misandry +‎ -ic.

Examples

  • It seems that the Wente words and the following editorial comment spring from a misandric and sexist perspective.

    ProWomanProLife » Oh yeah, that too

  • In fact left gay views can often be so misandric that I often think that gay activism is merely a wing of the feminist movement.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • To suggest that it is as one dimensional as the "Mad Men" show, something that I refute as being extremely misandric, is nothing more than anti male bigotry.

    A movement to bring back the 'man's man'

  • Hideous and appalling to look at, this particular brand squawks the loudest, often followed by impressionable youngsters, all too willing to buy into the misandric claims and assertions.

    2007 February « A Bird’s Nest

  • Hideous and appalling to look at, this particular brand squawks the loudest, often followed by impressionable youngsters, all too willing to buy into the misandric claims and assertions.

    Guilty pleasures. « A Bird’s Nest

  • These professions are particularly appealling to the femhag because they give her a seemingly legitimate platform to spew her misandric lies and hatred.

    Guilty pleasures. « A Bird’s Nest

  • These professions are particularly appealling to the femhag because they give her a seemingly legitimate platform to spew her misandric lies and hatred.

    2007 February « A Bird’s Nest

  • It is rare to find a film which simultaneously feels deeply misandric and deeply misogynistic, but The Shape of Things somehow pulls it off -- and if you doubt for a moment that LaBute is talking on the broadest scale possible about gender roles in relationships, he's done you the favor of naming his two doomed main characters Adam and Evelyn (Paul Rudd and Rachel Weisz, reviving their roles from the stage version.)

    Josh Bolotsky: Cinema and Pop Music Therapy for a Valentine's Day Spent Alone: Films For Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance, Plus a Few B-Sides

  • Wading through the often offensive and boring television shows, articles, commercials, and opinion which comprise an unmistakable misandric bias is not an easy task, but the authors did it and through their own "deconstructions" present the most compelling case imaginable.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Wading through the often offensive and boring television shows, articles, commercials, and opinion which comprise an unmistakable misandric bias is not an easy task, but the authors did it and through their own "deconstructions" present the most compelling case imaginable.

    New perspectives from the gender front

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  • "Miss Andric, could you just pop down to Filene's and pick me up a nice silk scarf, it's my wife's birthday. Thanks Doll. Oh, and grab me an espresso on your way back too.

    October 17, 2011

  • For a moment there, I thought Tony Blair was tweeting for our benefit.

    October 17, 2011