Meaning of post-feminism in English:



See post-feminist

‘This feminist novel has already traveled into the era of post-feminism.’
  • ‘The apparent popularity of post-feminism should give feminists pause particularly because the post-feminist strain veils deep-seated conservatism.’
  • ‘In this kind of environment, post-feminism confronts the young feminist as something of a briar patch to be negotiated with care.’
  • ‘Nothing brings out my inner suffragette more than a film that announces its allegiance to post-feminism.’
  • ‘Postmodernism, in common with post-feminism and post-fascism, is an evasion rather than a definition.’