antifeminism


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activity indicative of belief in the superiority of men over women

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Furthermore, even if we disregard all the caveats I have mentioned, the fact that she was a retiring woman who shrank from publicity (L, V: 193) and hated being lionized (46) should absolve her of nonactivism motivated by antifeminism.
Not all evangelicals endorsed the Christian right's antifeminism, but the STOP ERA forces mustered enough support to defeat the amendment.
Antifeminism and the Victorian novel; rereading nineteenth-century women writers.
Such tactics could easily influence a theater crowd to reconsider their own positions on subjects such as antifeminism, which this play strongly undermines.
See, for example, Phyllis Rackin, "Shakespeare's Boy Cleopatra, the Decorum of Nature, and the Golden World of Poetry," PMLA 87 (1972): 201-12; Jyotsna Singh, "Renaissance Antitheatricality, Antifeminism, and Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra," Renaissance Drama n.
141); Susan Schibanoff, 'Worlds Apart: Orientalism, Antifeminism, and Heresy in Chaucer's Man of Law's Tale', Exemplaria, 8 (1996), 59-96, esp.
But it is also a book for anyone who wants to figure out why homophobia, antifeminism, and a passionate opposition to abortion and premarital sex have become the emotional core of right-wing politics in the United States.
17) Alice Kessler-Harris, "Gender Ideology in Historical Reconstruction: A Case Study from the 1930s," Gender & History, 1, 1 (Spring 1989), 31-49; Margaret Hobbs, "Rethinking Antifeminism in the 1930s: Gender Crisis or Workplace Justice?
While the verbatim transcript of Caroline Bingley's insinuating invitation to dinner serves to illustrate her characteristic archness, which here takes the form of snide antifeminism ("'a whole day's tete a tete between two women can never end without a quarrel'" [30]), there seems no reason to follow up with the full text of Jane's letter announcing her cold (31): the second letter could easily have been summarized.
But in exposing the problems of the contemporary South, their poems open dialogue and provide hope for redressing some of the complicities of Southern history, especially the South's particular heritage of racism, antifeminism, and class prejudice.
It is a divide that breeds the counter-narratives about Secretary: regressive antifeminism versus liberatory queer sexuality.
We did not take the Republican Party down the road to being a captive of the Religious Right and the far right whose central message is antifeminism, antichoice, anti-women's rights.
New York: New York UP, 1995; Goven, Joanna, "Gender Politics in Hungary: Autonomy and Antifeminism.
Neera's L'indomani, which tells the sad story of a disillusioned woman in a loveless marriage, echoes his antifeminism, common at the time.
Interestingly, Stetz shows how Gissing applauded Dickens--otherwise championed repeatedly for his humor--as a polestar of antifeminism, although Gissing himself could produce the pro-feminine fiction, The Odd Women.