from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or characterized by a hatred of women.
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- adj. Of, relating to, or exhibiting misogyny.
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- adj. hating women in particular
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Fri 11/13/09 10: 17 AM the word misogynistic is being over used here.
August 30, 2008 in misogynistic bullshit, politics
The word misogynistic has been used to describe it too.
I know a lot of movies that I think are unfairly called misogynistic because of the roles or perils of the women example, Sin City, yet Short Cuts actually did feel kind of misogynistic to me, perhaps because again, it is so ice cold and when not indifferent, is in hate with its own characters on a level that only Alexander Payne is falsely accused of.
A young Afghan, Sayed Pervez Kambakhsh, has been sentenced to death for printing out a Web page in which Muhammad is described as a misogynistic prophet.
I've used humor to point out her hypocrisies (as well as those of the pageant itself) and as a result was called misogynistic and intolerant by the likes of Bill 'Loofa' O'Reilly and his dwindling followers.
ASH and PANDORA'S STAR lots of hot babes getting laid, a PFH staple are less 'misogynistic' than Martin and Morgan?
Or is ASH allowed to be 'misogynistic' because it was written by a woman?
There isn't anything inappropriate about that, but I don't see it as "misogynistic" if commenters and bloggers focus on the "Mom" side of the issues, any more than if the blogosphere started to focus on a male candidate who kept talking about how he was just a soccer dad, and who knew what soccer dads just like him were going through.
Can we please leave that kind of misogynistic crap to the far right?