Definition of ecofeminist in US English:

ecofeminist

noun

  • See ecofeminism

    • ‘By claiming to speak for all women, socialist, radical, liberal and ecofeminists effect, in Haraway's view, an ‘unintended erasure of polyvocal, unassimilable, radical difference’.’
    • ‘Similarly, ecofeminists such as Salleh argue that complex time concepts are necessary to understanding ecological processes.’
    • ‘Another notion common among ecofeminists is that thousands of years ago our species lived in benevolent societies that worshiped female deities, venerated female qualities, and were closely in tune with the natural world.’
    • ‘I think this particular ecofeminist was saying that we should all be in tune with the sacred cycles of life.’
    • ‘Economic ecofeminists demand that products from unsustainable conventional fruit farms that use chemical fertilisers and pesticides should be taxed for polluting the environment.’