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  • noun A person who is not a feminist.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ feminist

Examples

  • In this case, there have to be more bank tellers than feminist bank tellers, and there must be at least a chance that Linda is one of the nonfeminist bank tellers, so "bank teller" is the right answer.

    Why the Grass Seems Greener

  • Deegan claims that American women have functioned as sociologists from 1840 on, even though most nonfeminist historians of sociology believe that women did not enter the profession until after 1930.

    Sociology in the United States.

  • Because feminist approaches to ethics tend to be gynocentric as well as gender sensitive, nonfeminist critics of them have complained that these approaches are “female-biased.”

    Feminist Ethics

  • And not those involving mainly the MRAs but nonfeminist liberal men.

    Alas, a Moderation Policy

  • And I think this is why Wendy McElroy and the nonfeminist women on the other boards I spoke of ended up feeling forced off.

    Various open pages on my desktop

  • And I think this is why Wendy McElroy and the nonfeminist women on the other boards I spoke of ended up feeling forced off.

    Various open pages on my desktop

  • However, regardless of the extent of the evolution of “analytic philosophy,” the degree to which methodological boundaries are blurred today, and the fruitfulness of intersections among methods, a number of feminist and nonfeminist philosophers continue to think of themselves in the historical trajectory of analytic philosophy and find the tradition valuable.

    Analytic Feminism

  • In addition, feminist philosophers have more motivation for methodological cross-fertilization than do many nonfeminist philosophers.

    Analytic Feminism

  • Sections 1 and analytic feminists share resemblances with others in their even larger “family” that includes both nonanalytic feminists and nonfeminist analytic philosophers.

    Analytic Feminism

  • Contemporary analytic philosophers, feminist and nonfeminist, can be characterized roughly as follows: they consider (some of) Frege,

    Analytic Feminism

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