Meaning of anti-feminism in English:

anti-feminism

noun

See anti-feminist

‘I've always believed that anti-feminism at its most insidious gets women to belittle and undermine each other.’
  • ‘A theory I have, but will leave to someone else to try to prove, is that the alarmism about television and children is a kind of anti-feminism.’
  • ‘Anti-feminism defines "male" behaviour as different from "female" behaviour.’
  • ‘After the mid-1840 s Mill gradually withdrew from his correspondence with Comte, increasingly perturbed by his former mentor's anti-feminism.’
  • ‘Anti-feminism was intertwined with elitism and racism.’
  • ‘Despite occasional accusations of anti-feminism, racism, and class prejudice, Rupert has survived, holding an appeal for a varied readership.’
  • ‘The general antifeminism of the culture she inhabited only further diminished women's status, even in the case of qualified nurses hoping to assist with the war effort by volunteering their expertise.’
  • ‘We asked how cultural antifeminism came to constrain therapists' identities and, ultimately, their functioning as therapists.’