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[mass noun] Prejudice, stereotyping, or discrimination, typically against women, on the basis of sex:‘sexism in language is an offensive reminder of the way the culture sees women’
chauvinism, discrimination, prejudice, biasmachismo, laddishnessView synonyms
- ‘It is a practice which perpetuates sexism, sex discrimination and sexual violence.’
- ‘We really only know how to talk about racism, sexism and homophobia.’
- ‘One has only to think of such prejudices as racism and sexism.’
- ‘She spoke out repeatedly against U.S. imperialism and was a powerful critic of racism, sexism, and homophobia on the campus.’
- ‘Although by no means easy, it is easier to be increasingly open about your sexuality if you don't also have to be concerned with racism, sexism, and classism.’
- ‘No group in the movement can claim to not be effected by systemic racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, and other forms of oppression.’
- ‘My point is that ageism is alive and well in our community, and it is, in its worst form, as harmful as racism, sexism, or homophobia.’
- ‘Patriarchy, sexism, heterosexism and globalization are all root causes of this particular form of exploitation.’
- ‘It is not possible to fail so effectively that you stop racism, sexism, ageism, humanism.’
- ‘Another problem is that, to appeal to a human rights commission, one must document racism, sexism and classism separately.’
- ‘As a consequence, the use of stereotypes can breed racism, sexism, and other forms of bigotry.’
- ‘It means fighting against sexism and its manifestations in areas such as people's attitudes and opinions, advertising and the law, to name a few.’
- ‘Prior productions have dealt with HIV / AIDS, masculinity, sexism, and abuse among others.’
- ‘It's important to analyze the recurring intersection between homophobia and sexism worldwide.’
- ‘The leftist types I hang out with can discuss this movie for hours with themes of sexism, racism, classism running throughout.’
- ‘In general, consciousness of sexism in language is a younger-generation, urban, and politically liberal concern.’
- ‘You know the litany: sexism, racism, colonialism, homophobia.’
- ‘It's not enough to end sexism if some women are still suffering from racism or homophobia.’
- ‘It starts with three friends with deeply personal agendas to condemn fascism, elitism, classicism, racism and sexism.’
- ‘This form of discrimination is as intellectually unjustified as racism or sexism.’
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