sexism

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Synonyms for sexism

sexual discrimination

Words related to sexism

discriminatory or abusive behavior towards members of the opposite sex

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There are several challenges associated with thwarting genderism, homophobia, and transphobia.
racism, sexism, heterosexism, homophobia, genderism, ageism) and methods of empowerment.
It was against our anti-corporal and thus anti-communal nihilism--far more than our racism or ageism or genderism or homophobia--that Flannery O'Connor set her face like flint.
The hope was that this tactic would help create a sense of solidarity among the female workers regarding genderism and heterosexism.
That society attaches such importance to proving who is a real man or a real woman is a revealingly paranoid aspect of genderism.
Hayes was recognized for her pioneering work as a "womanist theologian," a theology she defines as "of, by and for black women, which seeks to build a new community of faith that would eradicate racism, sexism, genderism, classism and homophobia.
While we must be sensitive to the problems of racism, sexism, and genderism, we must understand that these things are evil because they divide and thus weaken us in our struggle against capitalism.
Their witness is authentic, not because it is perfect - united churches still struggle to overcome the ravages of casteism, racism, genderism and consumerism.
I have admired those persons who have brought their own--or their wife's (and the genderism here is factual and deliberate)--interest in reading novels into their teaching and writing; but I do not admire the attitude that goes on further--that continues to select texts on the basis of personal preference for bed-time reading, and that does not see any need to support their work, as in other aspects of political science, with theoretical and/or empirical connections.
The author employs trans* theoretical perspectives to unpack gender-related terminology, and by doing so interrogates cissexism and genderism (see Miller, 2014), while prompting the reader to challenge gender trans*gression--the Othering of gender creativity.
Spanish adolescents' attitudes toward transpeople: proposal and validation of a short form of the Genderism and Transphobia Scale.
But along with examining systems of sexism, we must also consider how racism, classism, religious bigotry, cultural imperialism, ableism, heterosexism, genderism (as a bias toward traditional gender categories and against transgender people), and a host of individual factors can promote domestic abuse.